ice period

ice period

[′īs ‚pir·ē·əd]
(climatology)
The interval between the first appearance and the final dissipation of ice during any year in a given locale.
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Louis, Missouri, during the snow period with a snow-related injury, while patients were seen for ice-related injuries at the same hospital during the ice period (p less than 0.
The duration of the ice period, spring convection, temperature and thickness of the convective layer were determined using the thermistor chains data.
Many of his most successful designs are still in production, his dimpled, chunky bottle for Finlandia vodka, in use from 1969 to 2000, may be the best-known design of his ice period.
Carbon monoxide measurements (ppm) during the third period of hockey play by arena Ice Period 10 20 Period Arena Start Minute Minute End A 36 22 22 (a) B 0 4 4 4 C 68 40 32 18 D |is less than~5 (b) (b) (b) E 45 36 36 36 F 0 0 0 0 G 40 40 36 36 H 36 36 22 22 I 14 14 (a) 4 Mean 27 22 18 16 (a) The 20-minute and end-of-period measurements could not both be done because of insufficient time.
On test lakes--some vast and deep, others less than 500 acres with no more than 40 feet of water-he founded 8 to 16 ppm (parts per million) of dissolved oxygen in 1-to-10-foot zones, all through the darkest, thickest ice periods.
In all three regions, the patterns of variation in stranding rates between `open' and `restricted' summer sea ice periods are remarkably similar to those derived from radiocarbon dates (Table 1 and Figs.