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Monthly Archives: August 2012
Anchor Ice Release on the River Dee, NB (Canada), Nov. 24, 2011 PhD student Jennifer Nafziger got this cool picture of anchor ice using a time-lapse camera. The anchor ice the fuzzy stuff that looks like big boulders on the river bed over to … Continue reading
Suspended ice cover resisting a runoff event – observed in the Montmorency River watershed, Quebec (Canada), December 13, 2010 This is the last photo in our little mini-series of stunning ice photos taken by Université Laval PhD student, Benoit Turcotte. Of course, … Continue reading
Ice Dam at creek outlet, observed in the Montmorency River watershed, Quebec (Canada), December 18, 2011 Here is the second post in our little mini-series of stunning ice photos taken by Université Laval PhD student, Benoit Turcotte. This photo is of an … Continue reading