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  • n. The melting of a geographical mass of ice.


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ice +‎ melt


  • The tiny restaurant opened directly onto Tokyo's central fish market, a low step the only barrier to the slurry of icemelt, blood, and waste spilling across the concrete.


  • If the current icemelt continues, Emperor Penguins will be extinct in 100 years.

    Nunc Scio » 2009 » January

  • The broken plaster might have served several purposes: lime fertilizer for the garden or as icemelt on winter sidewalkswood ashes were good for that too.

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  • The tides are perpetually high and 8–12″ higher than before the Sept. 2007 icemelt.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week at George Washington University:

  • Here is an abstract from my I-never-thought-about-that collection. the paper discusses the importance of downwelling IR on snowmelt and presumably icemelt.

    Road Map #3 « Climate Audit

  • Further on, you'll find wild west basalt mountains, waterfalls of icemelt, luxurious hillsides of russet, copper and yellow lichens and shimmering cotton grass.

    The Guardian World News

  • During a recent drive into Canada, I noticed a truck spraying liquid icemelt to the surface of the QEW, rather than spreading salt.

    Buffalo Pundit

  • E - 2. 188\%, the percent of one inch per year that would spread onto each square mile of ocean based on 48 cubic miles of icemelt input (C x D).


  • B - 48 cubic miles of icemelt per year according to study you reference.


  • The warming that undoubtedly took place in the 1980s and 1990s (that produced the images of icemelt so beloved by the Church of Global Warming) was associated with an unusually active sun. news business sport the Daily Telegraph newspaper Sunday Telegraph


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