ice clearing

ice clearing

[′īs ‚klir·iŋ]
(oceanography)
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
The services provided are classified under the following common procurement vocabulary (cpv) codes: 90620000-9 (snow clearing services) and supplementary cpv: 90630000-2 (ice clearing services).
road link through Leswa Bypass would soon be opened as ice clearing work had
Many airports have a snow control center (SCC) for managing activities like snow and ice clearing operations, reporting field conditions and informing airport traffic on field or through Notams.
Such a location also demands serious snow and ice clearing equipment to deal with the onslaught of winter weather.
Rail operators have new snow and ice clearing machines, and airports have bought snow clearing equipment, runway sweepers, de-icers and improved forecasting gear.
The money was spent on bolstering snow and ice clearing equipment and increasing staff levels.
The date of ice clearing was taken as the earliest date when a largely ice-free area was charted in the domain of interest.
This year, however, over 70 volunteer groups have been working closely with Streetscene to provide an enhanced snow and ice clearing service in local communities.
As for paying for more snow and ice clearing equipment, under threats of transport cuts, how about digging into the ''ring-fenced'' pounds 3bn overseas aid budget?
It might be argued that we should invest many millions of pounds in better snow and ice clearing resources, but based on the temperatures of the last 30 years, that would not seem to be justified.
Meanwhile, at Cork Airport temperatures reached as low as -5C overnight, and snow and ice clearing teams worked through the night to keep the runway open for flights.
Terry Ewers, from Abergavenny, did some ice clearing on John's Pool at Lower Pen y Clawdd Farm, Raglan, then baited with bread and landed a trio of 6lb carp.