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Monthly Archives: July 2012
Coyote by the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton, AB (Canada), December 9, 2010 MSc student, Josh Maxwell, caught this little fellow by surprise while out taking pictures of freeze-up in Edmonton. You can see the surface texture of the frozen pans under … Continue reading
Frozen penstock leakage on the Kananaskis River, AB (Canada), Feb. 24, 2012 If you look closely at my last post, you can see a mound of ice in the background on the left. Here’s are some photos, taken by PhD student Jennifer Nafziger, … Continue reading