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Lithalsa is a frost-induced raised land form in permafrost areas with mineral-rich soils, where a perennial ice lens has developed within the soil. The term sometimes also refers to palsas and pingos.
- Frost heaving
- Ice wedge
- Patterned ground
- Stone Circles Explained, about stone structures created by frost heaving
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