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Record #151981:

Energy exchange during river icing formation in a subarctic environment, Yukon Territory / Xiaogang Hu, Wane H. Pollard, John E. Lewis.

Title: Energy exchange during river icing formation in a subarctic environment, Yukon Territory / Xiaogang Hu, Wane H. Pollard, John E. Lewis.
Author(s): Hu, Xiaogang.
Pollard, Wane H.
Lewis, John E.
Date: 1999.
In: Géographie Physique et Quaternaire. (1999.), Vol. 53(2) (1999)
Abstract: Summaries in French and German. Examines energy exchanges associated with icing layers of different thicknesses. In thick layers of overflow water flowing between top ice cover and underlying ice body may supply 60-87% of energy. In colder conditions energy comes from latent heat released by freezing of water contained in overflow layer. Solar radiation may also contribute.
Notes:

Géographie Physique et Quaternaire. Vol. 53(2) :223-234 (1999).

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
551.326.83 -- River ice.
536.65 -- Ice, latent heat.
E6 -- Glaciology: floating ice.
(*41) -- Canada.
(*430) -- Yukon Territory.
SPRI record no.: 151981

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