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Small lake formed from snowmelt of much larger snow fields
    

As they build mass, glaciers and larger snowfields till up bedrock and rework sediments, leaving them to form small pools as the snow melts, called kettle lakes. A few of the lakes still had the toe of a snow field in the water of the lake, as yet unmelted.

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