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Consolidation of Drifting Ice Rubble in the North-West Barents Sea
Author : Marchenko, Aleksey, Nikolay Diansky, Vladimir Fomin, Nataly Marchenko, and Darja Ksenofontova
The oceanic heat flux to the drift ice in the North-West Barenst Sea is analyzed using the data of field works collected during two cruises of RV Lance. The data are used for the parametrization of the oceanic heat flux in the region. A model of thermodynamic consolidation of drifting ice rubble is formulated taking into account atmospheric cooling and ice rubble melting due to the oceanic heat flux. Numerical simulations of the thermodynamic consolidation are performed for two types of ice rubble drift trajectories reconstructed with numerical model of ocean dynamics (INMOM) and data from the Barents Sea Atlas.
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Chapter : Ice Research and Engineering
Category : 23rd Symposium USA (2016)
Article : Sea Ice
Date Published : 20/10/2016
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