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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Okay folks – we’ve had a lot of entries from the UofA River Ice Group in this contest so far – so now it’s time to change things up a bit… entry #12 comes from our colleagues in Russia – and … Continue reading →
Here’s entry #11 in the ‘big ice’ photo contest – UofA MSc grad, Kristel, posing beside some big ice floes on the Hay River in 2004. They may not look as big as some you have seen here so far – but considering … Continue reading →
Here’s entry #10 in the ‘big ice’ photo contest – another shot of UofA Field Technician, Chris, posing by some big ice floes along the Athabasca River (Alberta) in 2006.