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Thermal breakup on the Mackenzie River at the outlet of Great Slave Lake was documented over the 4-year period, from 1992 to 1995. Measurements of ice and snow thickness, flow characteristics, open water development, air temperature, solar insolation, wind speed, and relative humidity facilitated the formulation of numerical models to forecast the development of open water downstream from the outlet of Great Slave Lake. The rate at which the open water developed was modelled using the completedoi:10.1139/cjce-24-4-570 fatcat:ghdana27ifdtfjjrqcfnjsf2oe