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Massachusetts river serves up rare 'ice circle'

from Daily Hampshire Gazette

Susan Stanley of Amherst, Massachusetts, said she nearly cried when she happened upon a rare natural phenomenon — a perfect circle of ice slowly spinning in the current of the Mill River. It's called an ice circle, disc or pan. Stanley said she saw the ice circle, about two feet in diameter rotating very slowly in the river's current. Gregory Stewart of the U.S. Geological Survey called it a rare occurrence, especially in the Northeast. more


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