pressure ice

pressure ice

[′presh·ər ‚īs]
(oceanography)
Ice, especially sea ice, which has been deformed or altered by the lateral stresses of any combination of wind, water currents, tides, waves, and surf; may include ice pressed against the shore, or one piece of ice upon another.
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going on deck we discovered we were in the midst of an impenetrable ice field of heavy pressure ice.
Rangers >travel to Dumfries to face Queen of the South tonight with Ally McCoist under pressure ICE SKATING: Grand Prix of Figure Skating Final - British Eurosport 1845.