Ice Conditions

Ice Conditions

 

the particular features and changes over time in the formation, development, and destruction of ice formations on bodies of water.

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De Beers kept the drill going as long as ice conditions permitted, even past the closure of the winter road.
Northwest winds and severe ice conditions made travel difficult for the Barker, even with Neah Bay's help.
These findings suggest a relationship between prolonged snow and ice conditions and customer perceptions of longer outages, according to the survey report.
According to logistics coordinator, Peter George, the amphibious vehicle that had replaced the Mondeos for the crossing was unable to handle the extreme ice conditions, including pressure ridges and ice formations that result from the constantly shifting ice.
In recent years, heavy snow and ice conditions have led to an unprecedented level of flight cancellations and unacceptable passenger delays.
11 /PRNewswire/ -- In a high-pressure, crowded situation made more complicated by perilous snow and ice conditions, the palatial HTC Ranch once owned by Dallas financier and concert promoter Connie "Chip" Armstrong was sold at auction yesterday for $4.
Only five targets were drill tested before the program had to be abandoned due to poor ice conditions.
By removing the humidity while maintaining a cool and balanced temperature for ice skating, ICC's Desi/Air will provide a more comfortable environment for spectators while helping to maintain optimum ice conditions.
Span-Alaska Consolidators has been serving Alaska since 1978, providing year-round service on vessels outfitted to deal with Alaskan weather and ice conditions.
Heavy ice conditions have restricted shipping to the gulf, limiting the development of an area with rich mineral potential.
Roadway testing and use in winter snow and ice conditions have proven the superiority of and cost effectiveness of the product over the chemicals currently used for snow and ice control.
Automatic remote sensing products traditionally provide general information on sea ice conditions such as ice extent and concentration.