Ice Phenomena

Ice Phenomena

 

the various ice conditions of a river and the phases of the occurrence and disappearance of the various types of ice. Ice phenomena include frazil ice, bottom ice, surface ice, and shore ice.

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at selected stations equipped with sensors for measuring water temperature, indicating that formation of ice phenomena in the profile.
Therefore, instead of absolute values we employed annual deviations of ice phenomena timing and air temperature from multiyear averages:
A deviation of [+ or -]1 [degrees]C from the long-term average in mean air temperature over the two months preceding the development of ice phenomena shifts the freeze-up date by [+ or -] 4.
This model can be used to estimate ice events for previously unexplored lakes and forecast changes of ice phenomena under the potential climate change conditions.