drift ice


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drift ice

[′drift ‚īs]
(oceanography)
Sea ice that has drifted from its place of formation.
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Drift Ice is most compelling, however, when it strays from the familial, taking environmental crises as its primary focus.
Although Atkinson locates the second of her four sections in Prince William Sound, Drift Ice does travel elsewhere.
Dubai: Drift Ice won a thrilling renewal of the Jebel Ali Sprint (Listed) by a neck from the fast-closing Calrissian on Friday and may have earned himself a ticket to the $2 million Dubai Golden Shaheen (Gr 1) in two weeks time.
Drift Ice, has had two wins at the Carnival including the Group 3 Burj Nahaar on Super Thursday last week.
Periods with great advances of drift ice also affect the movements of ringed seals, harp seals, and hooded seals in Baffin Bay and Davis Strait.
The extent of landfast ice was also used as an indicator for the ice conditions in the whole basin, since there was no access to examine closer the drift ice.
With utilization of aerial ice reconnaissance, drift ice research started to grow in the 1940s (Palosuo 1953).
Frankie Dettori makes a rare visit to the course to ride Valiance with stable jockey Kevin Shea on Drift Ice.
In addition, the size of the drift ice area also increased, due to the formation of new ice in the north, as shown by the grey area in Fig.
Brave Tin Soldier is by Storm Cat so should go on the dirt, while Drift Ice deserves his chance in this company.
The trainer was completing a treble having won the first division of the 61/2 f turf handicap with Drift Ice under Kevin Shea.
Drift Ice will go into training with Doug Watson as a straight replacement for Amin's seven-year-old, 102-rated Aleutian, the only other lot to make six figures, who will race in Bahrain after being sold for 250,000 dirhams (pounds 34,714/EUR50,959).