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Record #82925:

Iceberg splitting and its implications for deterioration modelling / Deborah Diemand, James H. Lever.

Title: Iceberg splitting and its implications for deterioration modelling / Deborah Diemand, James H. Lever.
Author(s): Diemand, Deborah.
Lever, James H.
Date: 1986.
Publisher: Dartmouth, Nova Scotia: Bedford Institute of Oceanography, Atlantic Oceanographic Laboratory
In: Proceedings of the Canadian East Coast Workshop on Sea Ice, January 7-9, 1986. (1986.),
Abstract: Points out that mass loss in icebergs is not only due to melting and calving of small fragments, but also to major calving events such as ram loss and splitting. Deterioration models that fail to take this into account will underestimate numbers of icebergs and overestimate their sizes. Presents some observations of splitting and discusses statistical model describing interplay between splitting and ablation.
Notes:

In: Proceedings of the Canadian East Coast Workshop on Sea Ice, January 7-9, 1986 / G. Symonds, I.K. Peterson, comps.

Keywords: 551.326.6 -- Icebergs.
551.326.2 -- Floating ice, formation and decay.
551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
551.326.032 -- Floating ice, forecasting, principles and methods.
E6 -- Glaciology: floating ice.
SPRI record no.: 82925

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