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So, Would the speed of the waves travel faster or slower in ice, and what would be the consequences of the waves in ice "overrunning" or "underrunning" the waves in the earth? Would the ice dampen the waves, or would the upper surface of the ice become the new "surface"? What would happen at the glacier-earth interface? Would the energy of the quake melt the ice?? Do we have any examples of these earthquakes "under glass" Alaska 1964?