The Weird and Wonderful World of River Ice

[Faye Hicks PhD] ↠ The Weird and Wonderful World of River Ice ☆ Read Online eBook or Kindle ePUB. The Weird and Wonderful World of River Ice With more than 60 beautiful full color photos, this book is your essential introduction to the weird and wonderful world of river ice.. Have you ever looked at a river during freeze-up and marvelled at how unusual it appears? Thanks to the complex interactions between stream currents and weather conditions, rivers experience a fascinating variety of ice processes. If youve ever wondered how rivers freeze up – this is your opportunity to learn about frazil ice, hummocky ice, and ice jams &

The Weird and Wonderful World of River Ice

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Rating : 4.85 (521 Votes)
Asin : 149434419X
Format Type : paperback
Number of Pages : 52 Pages
Publish Date : 2014-04-25
Language : English

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WwOW A MUST READ IF YOU LIVE NEAR A RIVER EDGE WITH ALL THE RECENT FREEZING TEMPERATURES HERE THIS BOOK IS VERY INFORMATIVE ON WHAT RIVER ICE LOOKS LIKE AND WILL DO. IF YOU HAVE ANY RIVER FRONT PROPERTY THIS IS A BOOK TO OWN. LOVE THE PICTURES AND DETAILS OF THE ICE. BUY IT AND OWN IT .YOU WON'T REGRET IT. Ice Gawking David Brenner This book is the very welcome first about a widespread but previously unacknowledged recreational hobby. I used to take my kids to play on the ice of small streams and puddles, the little ice monkeys and parents would gawk at, and then shatter ice formations. This book explains scientific ice terms and processes on a non-technical level. There is much going on. Now that I have this book, and know what to look for; I want to see ice marbles that roll out from u

With more than 60 beautiful full color photos, this book is your essential introduction to the weird and wonderful world of river ice.. Have you ever looked at a river during freeze-up and marvelled at how unusual it appears? Thanks to the complex interactions between stream currents and weather conditions, rivers experience a fascinating variety of ice processes. If you've ever wondered how rivers freeze up – this is your opportunity to learn about frazil ice, hummocky ice, and ice jams – as well as fun ice types like pizza ice, marble ice, ice trumpets, and ice flowers

Faye Hicks is a civil engineer with more than 30 years of experience in river engineering. In 2008 she was awarded the Camille A. Dr. For nearly 25 of those years, Dr. Dr. . Hicks has published more than 130 scholarly papers in journals and conference proceedings. Dagenais Award from the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, for outstanding contributions in hydrotechnical engineering. Hicks has worked as a professor and researcher studying river ice processes in north

Dagenais Award from the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering, for outstanding contributions in hydrotechnical engineering. Faye Hicks is a civil engineer with more than 30 years of experience in river engineering. Hicks has worked as a professor and researcher studying river ice processes in northern Canada, primarily in northern Alberta and the Northwest Territories. About the Author Dr. For nearly 25 of those years, Dr. In 2013 she was awarded the Michel Medal by the Canadian Geophysical Union's Committee on River Ice Processes and the Environment, for her outstanding and sustained contributions to the advancement of river ice science and engineering in Canada. Dr. Hicks has published more than 130 scholarly papers in journals and co

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