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Remarks upon ground-ice, or ice formed at the bottom of running waters

Remarks upon ground-ice, or ice formed at the bottom of running waters

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Published by Printed for A. Constable in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ice on rivers, lakes, etc.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Professor Merian.
    SeriesLandmarks of science II
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ111 .H35, GB1398.2 .H35
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationp. 125-128
    Number of Pages128
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19641020M

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XVIII. On the Ice formed, under peculiar circumstances, at the bottom of running Water. By the Rev. JAMES FARQUHARSON, of Alford, F.R.S. Received Ma-Read April 2, ICE formed at the bottom of rivers and streams, frequently in great quantities, is a phenomenon quite common in this climate.

I made for several years past a. Ice has formed on a shallow pond, and a steady state has been reached, with air above the pond at C.

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The portion of the Earth that consists of liquid water, including oceans, glaciers, rivers, lakes, groundwater, and water vapor. Cryosphere.

The portion of the Earth that consists of water in the form of ice, including glaciers, snowfields, sea ice, and frozen ground. Movement w/in the ice, where the ice behaves as a brittle solid until the pressure upon it is equivalent to the weight of about 50 meters ( ft) of ice.

Once the load is surpassed, the ice begins __. Basal Slip. Glacial movement consisting of entire ice mass slipping along the ground. Homework Statement Ice has formed on a shallow pond, and a steady state has been reached, with the air above the ice at °C and the bottom of the.

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Bottom. How Does Ice Form. This seems like a fairly obvious question, but a few readers are having a tough time with it. Ice forms when the air and water are cold. In the case of salt water ice, the water has to be cold down to a depth of several tens of metres before ice starts to form.

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The types of ice crystals differ, however, upon still surfaces, to those which form upon running or disturbed water. Still, such a similarity exists in all ice crystal formation, and their habits of growth, that one may get a very clear idea of the process of their development by observing it in the simple manner above described.

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