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Exposed Anchor Ice on the Kananaskis River, AB (Canada), Nov. 26, 2012 Anchor ice occurs frequently on the Kananaskis River – it forms when suspended frazil ice adheres to the stream bed. Because the river is regulated for hydro-power production, water levels vary substantially … Continue reading
This has been a weird winter for ice and although we’ve had our usual suite of fascinating river ice phenomenon – it’s hard to top some of the weird lake ice occurrences we’ve being seeing on the internet this past … Continue reading
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