The sound of stacking ice

The sound of stacking ice

When bodies of water freeze, they sometimes only freeze a moderately thin, movable top layer. When winds blow over the surface, or currents push top layers of the ice around, the surface layer of ice can crash into shores and start piling up. When they do, they make interesting sounds.

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