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Monthly Archives: December 2013
Border Ice Development during freeze-up on the Susitna River, Alaska, November 6, 2013 Another awesome photo by PhD student Julia Blackburn, taken during freeze-up on the Susitna River, Alaska. The constriction of the river due to the rocky outcrop on the right, … Continue reading
Ice bridging during freeze-up on the Susitna River, Alaska, November 6, 2013 PhD student Julia Blackburn took this great photo on a recent trip to Alaska – she was there to observe freeze-up on the Susitna River as part of her … Continue reading