A kettle (kettle hole, pothole) is a shallow, sediment-filled body of water formed by
retreating glaciers or draining floodwaters. The kettles are formed as a result of
blocks of ice calving from gl...
Most lakes in Michigan could be described as kettle lakes, and the term "kettle
lake" describes the way the lake basin was formed. Kettle lake basins were ...
Kettles may range in size from 5 m (15 feet) to 13 km (8 miles) in diameter and up
to 45 m in depth. When filled with water they are called kettle lakes.
Nov 28, 2014 ... A small time lapsed video and explanation of the formation of kettle lakes and
outwash plains. Which are two depositional features of glaciation.
May 18, 2013 ... Our Earth Science Presentation on Kettle Lakes. ... The Brand Factory Presents:
Aspen Ridge Homes' Kettle Lake Club project - MOTO Tour ...
Oct 21, 2009 ... A Kettle Pond or Kettle Lake is formed when water fills up the kettle hole. Kettle
holes range from 5 m/15 ft to 13 km/8 mi in diameter, and may ...
Kettle lakes are a landscape feature characteristic of glacial terrain. When
glaciers that covered the Northern Great Plains melted, the rock materials that
kettle lake (plural kettle lakes). (geology) A lake formed in a kettle hole.
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May 16, 2016 ... Garrison Keillor of "America's Prairie Home Companion" put Minnesota's much-
loved prairie kettle lakes on the map when he created the ...
May 16, 2016 ... Call them keepsakes from the last ice age. The thousands of kettle lakes that dot
North America (including Henry David Thoreau's renowned ...