- n. alternative spelling of ice field.
“But there was a much greater quantity of ice this year, and on the 17th of July, the expedition fell in with an "icefield" of such extent that it took thirteen days to coast along it.”
“That a tribe had been wiped off its icefield, or the lights had gone out in Rome.”
“When Helliconia is furthest from Freyr, the planet becomes a frozen icefield, whilst at its closest the entire planet is baked in heat and the equatorial belt becomes uninhabitable.”
“I also liked the north-pole icefield electro-chunter of 'Glitter Freeze', guest-starring Mark E Smith.”
“The moon shone on it, and it looked like a great shimmering icefield, with the heads of the distant tors as rocks borne upon its surface.”
“From the same icefield, another major glacier spilling into Chile has grown 60% in volume.”
“The Upsala glacier and six other glaciers descend from the South Andean icefield into the lake.”
“According to Spy, the Boy's contented expression, as he hacked across a Norwegian icefield flanked by huskies, belied a deeper unease.”
“When they drill ice core holes, do they drill multiple holes in a line from a the perimeter of an icefield to the approximate center of such a field to plot for any missing levels towards the outer edge to track if the ice had ever receded back past the current perimeter exposed and at what level, thus geological time to see how far ice retreats with added warmth?”
“I'm not a climate scientist I read Chemistry but I know this..... if I had been standing here in the English midlands 10,000 years ago, I would have been standing on an icefield up to two miles thick.”
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Environmental Ice and Snow
(excluding all the food ice)
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