Obviously the cold temps are going to make a hard, fast ice
is attached to the continent, often extending tens of kilometers from the land (Fedotov et al.
When we play major tournaments we know we're going to get swingy, fast ice
so it's important we replicate those conditions when we practise.
It's been a long, long, time since I've seen shore fast ice
," says Pavellas.
In addition to these preparatory construction work, the planners of the web currently employs in particular the question on which the future of the four tracks fast ICE
traffic should go and what tracks should be the slower metro and freight railways reserved.
The Cape Denison population could be extirpated within 20 years unless B09B relocates or the now perennial fast ice
within the bay breaks out, they wrote in the research published in February.
Researchers said in Antarctic Science journal: "The arrival of B09B and subsequent fast ice
expansion has dramatically increased the distance Adelie penguins breeding at Cape Denison must travel in search of food.
Emperor penguins are masters of Antarctic survival, and Weddell seals are the only air-breathing animal to make their homes under Antarctica's fast ice
, or sea ice connected to the mainland.
Seal movements were most restricted during the winters with extensive fast ice
(1999-2000 and 2010-11) and least restricted during the winter (2000-01) when fast ice
did not form in EAG.
The coastal morphology causes a wide fast ice
zone along the northern fragmented coast with many small islands, creating the asymmetry of ice conditions with the more open southern coast.
Being this far south, and far from fast ice
, I'm left wondering whether the pair will make it through to next winter.
There has been no long-term continuous monitoring of Antarctica sufficient to seriously anchor the "in history" phrase; scientists simply don't know how fast ice
has come and gone in the past because no direct observation was ever made.