Dream Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park traps gas bubbles in clear ice. The gas is possibly methane from decomposing matter in the lake.

Dream Lake in Rocky Mountain National Park traps gas bubbles in clear ice. The gas is possibly methane from decomposing matter in the lake.

By Jonathan Fraker for Spring 2014 Team Third.
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