winter ice

winter ice

[′win·tər ′īs]
(oceanography)
Level sea ice more than 8 inches (20 centimeters) thick, and less than 1 year old; the stage which follows young ice.
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As well as the Christmas markets, don't miss Amsterdam's other festive hotspots (or should we say cold spots) in the form of winter ice rinks.
Christmas in Ice, the six-week winter ice park located next to Santa Claus House in North Pole, features Christmas-themed ice art competition pieces, ice slides and a maze, twirlers, indoor kids' crafts, and educational ice sculpture demonstrations, adding color and light to the Interior Alaska winter.
Despite difficulties clearing severe winter ice resulting in a late season start, shipping on the St.
Winter ice roads provide some relief but are not a guarantee.
Brooklyn winter ice and snow melting always leads to potential water damage issues in homes and business.
n That's the overwhelmingly popular reaction to the return of the winter ice rink to Birmingham's Centenary Square.
Employees at Erie's Donjon Shipbuilding & Repair kept busy in spring 2014 handling emergency repairs on a handful of Great Lakes vessels damaged by heavy winter ice conditions.
Since the 1980s, the proportion of the Arctic winter ice that is made up of multi-year ice has dropped from around 70 per cent to about 20 per cent today, so the changes are quite substantial
TEHRAN (FNA)- Arctic lakes have been freezing up later in the year and thawing earlier, creating a winter ice season about 24 days shorter than it was in 1950, a new study has found.
This would address the winter ice problem, but the summer one -- water pouring down the back wall -- would indicate a roof discharge problem.
The extension of the Dempster Highway is to connect Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk, a hamlet on the Arctic coast currently accessible only by winter ice road, barge or air.
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo declared a winter ice storm emergency in four counties in the state's north and west.