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Remote sensing of accumulated frazil and brash ice in the St. Lawrence River

Arnold M. Dean

Remote sensing of accumulated frazil and brash ice in the St. Lawrence River

by Arnold M. Dean

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Published by Dept. of Defense, Dept. of the Army, Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory in Hanover, N.H .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ice on rivers, lakes, etc. -- Saint Lawrence River.,
  • Remote sensing.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementArnold M. Dean.
    SeriesCRREL report -- 77-8.
    ContributionsCold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 19 p. :
    Number of Pages19
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17535015M

    Search the history of over billion web pages on the :// United States. Army. Corps of Engineers: Airborne radar survey of a brash ice jam in the St. Clair River / (Hanover, N.H.: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, ), also by Steven F. Daly, Steven A. Arcone, and Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.) (page images at HathiTrust) United States.

    This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation   In calm conditions, frazil will freeze into a thin, flat sheet called nilas, which thickens as new ice forms in the sea beneath it. In turbulent waters, frazil instead join together into larger flat discs known as "pancakes". These slide over and under one another to form floes. During these processes, salt water and air are trapped amid the ://

    ‘River,’ For opening Friday at the Coliseum, premiere for “Sand” included visits of a number of by Mark Stevens, stars headed This meant capacity at the three appearances made. Holdovers and moveovers prevail at majority of the first runs, Key City Grosses $9, Estimated Total Gros* $2,, This Week Based on 22 cities   The surface ice of melt ponds at ST 1 had the highest POC concentration with a mean of mg C m –3, followed by sea-ice cores at ST 2 (mean = mg C m –3). The POC concentrations in melt ponds ranged between mg C m –3 and mg C m –3 at ST 1 and ST 2, respectively. Major POC contributors for melt ponds were diatoms with


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Remote sensing of accumulated frazil and brash ice in the St. Lawrence River by Arnold M. Dean Download PDF EPUB FB2

Remote sensing of accumulated frazil and brash ice in the St. Lawrence River. Hanover, N.H.: U.S. Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: The rates of ice production due to surface heat loss in open water reaches of the St.

Lawrence River, between the Ogdensburg-Prescott Boom and the Moses-Saunders Dam, are analyzed for the past 20   Cold Regions Science and Technology, 17 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in The Netherlands IN-SITU SAMPLING AND CHARACTERIZATION OF FRAZIL ICE DEPOSITS Daniel E.

Lawson and Bruce E. Brockett USA CRREL, 72 Lyme Road, Hanover, NH (U.S.A.) (Received ; revised and accepted J ) ABSTRACT Three   Cold Regions Science and Technology, 15 () 23 Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam -- Printed in the Netherlands MEASUREMENT OF SALINE ICE THICKNESS USING A STEP FREQUENCY RADAR K.

lizuka, A. Freundorfer, D. Wilson Department of Electrical Engineering, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ontario M5S IA4 (Canada) G. Tsang National Water Research Advances in Water Resources, 30(8)Daly S. Report on Frazil Ice. CRREL Special Report U.S. Army Corps ofEngineers, Engineering Research & Development Center, Cold Regions Research and EngineeringLaboratory, Hanover, A.

Remote sensing of accumulated frazil and brash ice in the St. :// Observations of ice thickness and frazil ice in the St. Lawrence Island polynya from satellite imagery, upward looking sonar, and salinity/temperature moorings May Journal of Geophysical   The imagery reveals a wealth of sea ice information and shows quite clearly the distinction between water and ice, the different classes of thin ice (ice, the presence of melt ponds, of brash ice, and in some cases the difference between old and first-year ice (Barnes and Bowley, ; Barnes et al.,   ice thickness, and flown in helicopters to measure brash and frazil accumulations, ice jams and ice runs.

It has been used to profile lake bottoms and river bottoms in highly air-entrained water, and to evaluate ice bridge construction.

The airborne configuration of the system is shown in Figure :// The ice regime of this complex environment has been the topic of many studies and surveys, mostly because the St. Lawrence is open to commercial navigation down to Montreal throughout :// Subdivisions are rated ice, ridge ice, hummocked ice, and other similar deformations.

Degradation In hydrologic terms, the geologic process by means of which various parts of the surface of the earth are worn down and carried away and their general level lowered, by the action of wind and :// A field survey of a hanging ice dam in the St.

Lawrence River is reported. and the initiation and development of river ice covers from frazil ice. and slush curd ice (32%), and slush (41%   The formation of frazil ice due to mixing of subsurface layers, as indicated by Macdonald and Yu (), has also been observed in the central Arctic Ocean (Gascard, pers.

communication) where low-salinity surface waters are in contact with colder, more saline subsurface water, resulting in the formation of frazil ice that floats to the top and River Ice River Ice Ashton, G D In substantial portions of the world rivers freeze or partially freeze in the winter, and the resulting ice seriously impedes the usage of the rivers, be it for power, for water supply, fN transportation, or for sanitation.

It is the purpose of this review to summarize our knowledge of river ice, to appraise it critically, and to suggest Mean wave steepness increases notably from H/L 5 in the ice-free region to H/L 5 after 7 m of propagation through brash ice; this 50% increase in steepness in the brash ice exceeds the Dickins prepared a chapter on oil pollution in Arctic waters as part of The Ice Navigation Manual published by Witherby Seamanship International.

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Background and Introduction [2] Langmuir circulation (Lc) is a wind and wave driven helical flow pattern in lakes and seas. Lc consists of parallel, counter‐rotating vortex pairs oriented roughly parallel to the wind direction [Langmuir, ].The surface convergence zones of the counter‐rotating cells, where water and momentum are transported downward into the flow interior are marked   wpp_state set description {1.

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In more turbulent seas, frazil crystals join together into flat discs known as pancakes. These slide under each other and coalesce to form floes. In the process of freezing, salt water and air are trapped between the ice crystals. Nilas may have a salinity of 12–15 ‰, but by the time the sea ice is one year old, this falls to 4–6 ‰.

In Acadia, the French," that is to say, the young sieur de Biencourt and his associates, "had made a firm alliance with the Indians, thereby gaining access to the trade routes of the St John River, the Ste Croix River, the Pentagouët," now the Penobscot River, "and (although in competition with the English) the Kennebec," Marcel Trudel informs of LA-Introhtm?highlight.ice fragments, say up to 6 feet in diameter, if they have a water– logged appearance.

Sometimes called slob ice (47; 66). Brash cakes (Sludge cakes). Ice cakes formed by the refreezing of brash, or brash  › Dartmouth Digital Collections.