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Understanding the Factors Contributing to Pressured Ice in the Hudson Strait, Canada: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of Winter Ship Besetments
Ice strengthened vessels travelling through Arctic waters can have extreme difficulty passing through areas of ice pressure. Pressured ice and ice ridges can cause ships to become stuck, or beset, introducing additional environmental and economic costs. Understanding where and when ridges are forming along a shipping route would allow for better planning of safe winter navigation through ice-covered waters, however, there are many dynamics involved in the formation of pressure ridges that makesdoi:10.20381/ruor-24120 fatcat:wjfcltn77vaetd3akm4aitgfoy