Ice Volcanoes

By: Brandon Hinrichs

Cryovolcanoes

Ice Volcanoes also known as Cryovolcanoes form along shorelines and spew water, ice and sleet in the air. Temperatures need to be below freezing and winds need to be strong enough to send waves against the shore. The last Cryovolcanoes were formed was at the Great Lakes. They form because the temperatures and ice make a cone shaped volcano.