Ice tank investigations of the microstructure of artificial sea ice grown under different boundary conditions during INTERICE II


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A short overview about the EU-LSF INTERICE II project conducted in the Arctic Environmental Test Basin of the Hamburg Ship Model Basin (HSVA) in Hamburg, Germany, is given. The project team investigated physical, bio-geochemical, and sedimentological aspects of sea ice growth processes. Some features from the microstructure studies are presented. These include crystal and pore space data from a freeze-melt-refreeze cycle and from ice grown at different under-ice currents, and temperature measurements at the progressing ice water interface. The feasibility of large ice tank studies is discussed.



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Proc. Of HYDRALAB workshop in Hannover, Germanyth-19th February 1999.
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Haas, C. (1999): Ice tank investigations of the microstructure of artificial sea ice grown under different boundary conditions during INTERICE II / K. Evers , J. Grüne and A. Os (editors) , Proc. Of HYDRALAB workshop in Hannover, Germanyth-19th February 1999 .


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