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Observations in both thé Ice and slush loyers suggest that sea water intrudes into thé snow loyer following a snow storm. Ice température values recorded at 1 cm below thé snow-ice interface show that thé upward flux of sea water is of short duration. This is followed by a period of intense brine drainage characterized by thé migration of a salty brine loyer, with salinities up to 42 psu. Thèse results suggest that a snow storm induces a complète (upward) flushing of thé brine channel networkdoi:10.1080/07055900.1995.9649545 fatcat:7valnhmqnjhvnacg3vtueamt5m