|LC control no.||sh 99011630
|Topical heading||Kettle holes
|Found in||Work cat.: 99195782: Kaźmierczak, E. The vegetation of kettle-holes in central Poland, 1997.
Web. 3 (kettle: 3b: steep-sided hollow without surface drainage, esp. in a deposit of glacial drift)
Random House (kettle hole: a deep, kettle-shaped depression in glacial drift)
Concise Oxford dict. of earth sci., 1990 (kettle hole (kettle): depression in the surface of glacial drift resulting from the melting of an included ice mass; it may be filled with water to form a small lake)
Gloss. geol. (kettle hole: kettle)
Stregeler, S.E. Dict. of earth sci., 1976 (kettle hole: a depression in the ground surface in a glaciated area)
Encyc. dict. of phys. geo., 1988 (kettle; kettle hole: an enclosed depression resulting from the melting of buried ice)
Small, J. A modern dict. of geo., c1989 (kettle (sometimes kettle hole): a circular depression, initially filled by meltwater, resulting from the gradual decay of a block of ice buried by overlying sediments)
Fairbridge, R.W. Encyc. of geomorphology, c1968 (kettle: a term applied to a geomorphoc feature, a depression or hollow of small dimensions often as "kettle hole")
Dict. of geol. terms, 1984 (kettle)
Kettleholes WWW site, Sept. 9, 1999.
Geography Exchange Resource Center WWW site, Sept. 9, 1999: under Glaciers and glaciation (glaciers ... which produce ... landscape features such as ... kettleholes)
Types of wetlands WWW site, Sept. 9. 1999: under Bogs (kettle holes)
Physical effects of glaciers WWW site, Sept. 9, 1999 (kettle holes)
|Not found in||McGraw-Hill encyc. of the geol. sci., c1988; Challinor dict. geol.