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RESEARCH PRIORITIES IN RIVER AND Sea ice processes ? TECHNICAL PANEL DISCUSSION
Author : Anne Barker , Steve Daly , Brian Morse , Andrew Palmer and Garry Timco
There are many potential areas of research that remain to be studied regarding river and Sea ice processes. Are there issues that are common between sea Climate change impacts on the cryosphere impacts on the cryosphere and River, lake, and reservoir River, lake, and reservoir ice? If so, there could be areas of potential collaboration that are overlooked, as it is only in select venues, such as the IAHR International Ice Symposium, where experts in sea and River, lake, and reservoir ice come together to jointly present research. To begin to address this, a technical panel discussion at the 22nd IAHR International Ice Symposium, and this associated overview paper, are presented. The session and paper bring these two groups together to examine common issues and solutions.
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Chapter : Ice Research and Engineering
Category : 22nd Symposium_Singapore (2014)
Article : THEME 3- SEA ICE PROCESSES
Date Published : 13/07/2016
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