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icecap

a thick mass of glacial ice and snow that permanently covers an area of land, such as either of the polar regions or the peak of a mountain
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Nato submarines regularly patrol the icecap and also carry out environmental studies.
Coleman's comments, on the website ICECAP, are influential as more than half American viewers rate the Weather Channel "indispensable".
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The to-be-built Kunlun Station, also the country's third station in Antarctica after Changcheng Station and Zhongshan Station, would be located in the Dome Argus (Dome A) zone, the pole's highest icecap at 4,093 meters above sea level.
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The Arctic icecap is supposedly at its lowest level but surely not as low as an England one if Almunia (right) gets a game.
The 53-year-old decided to join 60 other people on the Macmillan Icecap Trek to raise cash for Macmillan Cancer Relief after losing his wife Marilyn to the disease last year.
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Simplex is able to achieve these results through the use of its adaptive analytical IceCap models, which are available from Simplex at no extra charge to Fire & Ice customers.
Drilling next year could go even deeper to the rock underneath the icecap, which vanished up to five million years ago.