ice shove


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ice shove

[′īs ‚shəv]
(geology)
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Mechanisms and driving forces during a spring ice shove on the Alaskan Chukchi coast.
This is in part due to the momentum associated with such a back-and-ram event, which can play an important role in the evolution of ice shoves (Mahoney et al.
As a place to live, it was hardly idyllic: a city of ice shoves, ice jams, and spring floods, of cholera and smallpox.