Cold Glacier

Glacier in which the ice found from the its surface to base has a temperature as cold as -30° Celsius throughout the year. This is well below the pressure melting point. Pressure melting can cause the melting of ice at the base of these glaciers. One of the three types of glaciers: cold glacier; temperate glacier; and subpolar glacier.

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