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Title: Growth history of lake ice in relation to its stratigraphic, crystalline and mechanical structure
Authors: Gow, Anthony Jack.
Langston, David.
Keywords: Ice crystal growth
Ice crystal structure
Ice crystals
Electrical conductivity
Ice
Orientation
Stratigraphy
Structure
Thickness
Lake ice
Ice crystal orientation
Ice mechanics
Ice physics
Publisher: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: CRREL report ; 77-1.
Abstract: Abstract: Studies of the growth history and structural characteristics of winter ice covers on two New Hampshire lakes are described. These investigations included measurements of ice cover thickness, characterization of the stratigraphic and crystalline structure of the ice, identification and classification of major ice types and measurements of electrolytic conductivity. The formation of cracks and flaws in the ice and their effects on the mechanical properties of the ice were also investigated. A method of correlating ice growth with surface wind and temperature measurement is described and the interrelationships of the various physical and mechanical properties of temperate lake ice covers are discussed.
Description: CRREL Report
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11681/9273
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