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Breaking the Ice on Iceberg Melting and Lake Ice Formation – SciTechDaily

A better understanding of iceberg melting and lake ice formation could provide new indicators of climate change. Eric Hester has spent the last three years chasing…

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Visualization of the coupling dynamics of the ice layer and the turbulent convective motions in the water layer. 3D simulation for the bottom surface at 8oC and top surface at -10 C. Credit: Chao Sun
A better understanding of iceberg melting and lake ice formation could provide new indicators of climate change.
Eric Hester has spent the last three years chasing icebergs. A mathematics graduate student at the University of Sydney in Australia, Hester and researchers at Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution…

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