2 edition of Ice-cover growth rates at locations in the Great Lakes found in the catalog.
Ice-cover growth rates at locations in the Great Lakes
Kenneth M. Hinkel
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories in Ann Arbor, Mich
Written in English
|Statement||Kenneth M. Hinkel.|
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum ERL GLERL -- 44|
|Contributions||Environmental Research Laboratories (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 35 p. :|
|Number of Pages||35|
Thursday, February 4, , PM - Ice coverage on the Great Lakes is near record-low levels for this time of year, and scientists are concerned about the effect this will have on wildlife. J. Great Lakes Res. 18(1) Internat. Assoc. Great Lakes Res., REPORT A REVIEW OF GREAT LAKES ICE RESEARCH Stanley J. Bolsenga U.S. Department ojCommerce, NOAA Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Commonwealth Cited by: 7.
Feb 26, · Percent ice cover on the Great Lakes at winter maximum each year since The dashed line shows the long-term average of 51%. Prior to the mids, most years were above the long-term average; since then, most years have been below average/5(25). EPA B THE GREAT LAKES An Environmental Atlas and Resource Book r fertility and the development of cancers. Disease rates within the Great Lakes basin are not significantly different from those in other parts of the U.S. or Canada. However, certain groups may be more sensitive to the effects of contaminant exposure, including the.
Jan 02, · “The Great Lakes have 9 times the ice coverage of last year at this time,” says reader Marque2. “And 33 times that of two years ago.” Here are comparison maps of ice concentration on Lake Superior. Lake Superior-2 Jan Lake Superior – 2 Jan _____ The comparisons are similar – or even more pronounced – on the other Great. How is the ice cover on the Great Lakes? Posted on February 13, by WeatherGuys Editor. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) monitors and reports on the ice coverage of the Great Lakes. The average concentration of ice on Lake Superior is currently percent, compared to percent last year and percent in
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Ice-cover growth rates at locations in the Great Lakes. Ann Arbor, Mich.: U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Environmental Research Laboratories,  (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Ice-cover growth rates at nearshore locations in the Great Lakes.
[Kenneth M Hinkel; Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory.]. Ice Cover Forecasting. GLERL conducts research on ice cover forecasting on two different time scales: short-term ( days) and seasonal. GLERL's short-term ice forecasting is part of the Great Lakes Coastal Forecasting System, an experimental model used by the National Weather Service to predict wind, waves, currents, and more.
Jul 09, · A downward trend since the s in the annual maximum extent of Great Lakes ice cover, which reaches a maximum every year during late winter and early spring, spells trouble for the Great Lakes ecosystem and the people who rely on it.
The image on top shows the Great Lakes at the time of maximum ice cover averaged from based on winter season data from NOAA’s Great Lakes /5(5). Jan 16, · Arctic Blast Fuels Rapid Ice Growth in the Great Lakes.
By Chris Dolce January 16 AM EST January's shivering start has led to a rapid expansion of ice cover on the Great Lakes Author: Chris Dolce. Analysis of the growth, dissipation, thickness, and stratigraphy of ice cover in the nearshore zone of the Great Lakes, on a lake-by-lake basis, shows certain features governed by regional weather patterns and by the energy budget factors associated with each shareholderdemocracy.com by: 9.
The blue arrows point to growth rates that are slower than typical. Sunny weather, calm winds, cloudy skies or snow are possible contributors to this. The Swedish Ice Growth Prediction Method: For a more nuanced look at growth of thin ice (less than a couple of inches) have a look at Marten Ajne's book Ice Physics for Recreational Ice-Users.
These links to the Great Lakes Coastal Forecasting System -- Nowcast/Forecast pages include: current observed ice cover, wind, and air temperature; model-derived ice thickness, ice velocity, vessel icing, surface currents, and water temperature.
Note that some of these products are still under development. Filed under: Ice on rivers, lakes, etc. Great Lakes ice atlas, ([Detroit] Great Lakes Research Center, U.S. Lake Survey, ), by Donald R. Rondy and Great Lakes Research Center (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Great Lakes ice cover, winter Dec 22, · The Great Lakes are freezing faster than last year, and the year before, thanks to quickly dipping temperatures across the upper Midwest.
That may seem Great Lakes Ice Coverage, - Author: Vince Grzegorek. Jan 31, · Tuesday, January 31,PM - Ice cover on the Great Lakes is at a near-record low, thanks to the January thaw, but watch out for what happens to.
Great Lakes Ice Cover Data: National Ice Center Charts. GREAT LAKES STATISTICS & OTHER RESOURCES. Average Surface Water Temperature & Great Lakes Ice Concentration. Great Lakes Monthly and Seasonal Accumulations of Freezing Degree Days: Winters (NOAA Tech Memorandum GLERL ) GLERL Great Lakes Ice.
Ice-cover growth rates at nearshore locations in the Great Lakes. Published Date: The data are summaries for 29 locations in the Great Lakes. File Type: [PDF - KB] Great Lakes ecological forecasting needs assessment effects of climate change on north temperate freshwater ecosystems include increasing water temperatures and Cited by: 5.
Jan 05, · The Great Lakes are already 22% covered in ice. The deep freeze across the Midwest is turning the Great Lakes to ice at a breakneck speed compared to previous years.
NOAA - Great Lakes Environmental Research Laboratory Home Quick Links About Us Research Data & Products Publications Education. Scope: GLCFS Products. Back to GLCFS HomePage Great Lakes Ice Cover See also day GLSEA SST/Ice Animation. Contact | Accessibility. Feb 14, · It’s been so cold for so long in the midwest that the Great Lakes are almost completely covered with ice.
The last time they came this close was in. Dec 29, · Since we last brought you some Scene Ice News on Dec. 22, the Great Lakes' collective ice coverage has more than doubled. Surely you've noticed Author: Eric Sandy. FICN19 CWIS Ice forecasts for the Great Lakes issued by Environment Canada at p.m.
EST Monday 24 February for today tonight and Tuesday. The next scheduled forecasts will be issued at p.m. Tuesday. Western Lake Superior.
Open water except 6. The National Climate Assessment summarizes the impacts of climate change on the United States, now and in the future. Bai, X., and J. Wang, Atmospheric teleconnection patterns associated with severe and mild ice cover on the Great Lakes, – Water Quality Research Journal of Canada.
Jan 18, · However, in late December, the conditions changed and a much colder than normal weather pattern took many folks living in the Great Lakes by surprise. Much like how water levels can change quickly in the Great Lakes, so can ice cover.
Due to frigid air temperatures, between December 20 and January 7, total ice cover on the lakes jumped %. Jan 11, · The extreme ice cover in (%) and (%) were the first consecutive high ice cover years since the late ’s.
On March 6,Great Lakes ice cover was %, putting winter into 2nd place in the record books for maximum ice cover. Satellite photo credit: NOAA Great Lakes CoastWatch and NASA.Apr 30, · Great Lakes ice cover slow to melt The reason is the unusually late ice cover that remains on the Great Lakes.
Heading into May, the Great .Temporal and Spatial Variability of Great Lakes Ice Cover, Larval fish growth rates observed in our study were at least 40% slower than those reported in previous decades for both.