river ice

river ice

[′riv·ər ‚īs]
(hydrology)
Any ice formed in or carried by a river.
References in classic literature ?
The air was cold; the sky was filled with hurrying clouds, whose large, white flakes drifted one upon another like the breaking up of river ice after the winter.
sea ice ocean glaciers ice caps the Greenland Ice Sheet snow lakes and river ice permafrost vegetation complex interactions with the atmosphere people etc.
But the race now will be run on about 600 miles of river ice, and that can create a whole new set of obstacles.
Support for the 28nm Altera SoC devices is available now for Wind River Linux, VxWorks, Hypervisor, Workbench development and debugging tools including the Wind River ICE II and Probe.
Festival-goers bobbed their fishing lines in and out of some 15,000 holes drilled into the river ice to catch sancheoneo, a type of mountain trout.
An ice jam is an accumulation of broken river ice caught in a narrow channel.
Unfortunately for the plotters, the river ice prevented the body's disposal, and it was later recovered.
15 ( ANI ): A hotel in Jukkasjarvi has been built with the help of 2,000 tons of river ice and 3,000 tons of "snice" - a combination of ice and snow used to stop the structure from collapsing.
of Brighton, UK) brings together information on hazards associated with ice and snow around the world, spanning well-known phenomena such as avalanches and less-known phenomena such as river ice jams.
La Debacle II (Debacle II), 2008-2009, uses a similar double register: The title evokes both a natural phenomenon, the sudden breakup of river ice, and the art-historical precedent of Claude Monet, who famously painted such a scene in 1880.
Johnson, were caught in river ice and had to abandon their boat and walk to Dawson across the mountains.