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  • chris 2:32 am on September 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply  

    Frazil Ice formation

    Crystal Frasil formations

    When the water surface begins to lose heat rapidly, the water becomes supercooled. Turbulence, caused by strong winds or flow from a river, will mix the supercooled water throughout its entire depth. The supercooled water will already be encouraging the formation of small ice crystals (frazil ice) and the crystals get taken to the bottom of the water body. Ice generally floats, but due to frazil ice’s small size relative to current speeds, it has an ineffective buoyancy and can be carried to the bottom very easily.

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  • chris 1:46 am on September 20, 2019 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Gwaan, Wailing   

    Gwaan tune – Wailing Trees 

    Wailing Trees – What A Gwaan? (Clip Officiel)
    https://www.wailingtrees.com/intro

     
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