A kayaker navigates through the dense floating ice from the calving Chenega tidewater glacier in the Prince William Sound, Alaska

Kayakers at a Tidewater Glacier

Prince William Sound, Alaska, USA

Of the several types of glaciers, those called Tidewater Glaciers have their terminus at the sea. If the glacier is fed by enough snow to flow out of the mountains, ice will break off or calve into water at sea level leaving blocks of ice floating in the water.

Here, a kayaker navigates through calved ice while exploring Chenega glacier in Alaska‚Äôs Prince William Sound. Photo © copyright by Dr. Edward Mikol.

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