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Lake ice formation processes and thickness evolution at Lake Abashiri, Hokkaido, Japan
Journal of Glaciology
AbstractLake-ice properties at Lake Abashiri, Hokkaido, Japan, were examined using field observations and a 1-D thermodynamic model to clarify formation processes at mid-latitudes subject to significant snowfall as well as moderate air temperature. At all lake sites examined, the ice comprised two distinct layers: a snow ice (SI) layer on top and a congelation ice (CI) layer below. The SI layer occupied as much as 29–73% of the total ice thickness, a much greater fraction than that reported fordoi:10.1017/jog.2016.57 fatcat:2v5wjimm3zbhnktlljtl4mdjpq