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Term: Brash ice Class:  
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Created 6 June 2017
Last modified 6 June 2017
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Definition: Accumulation of floating ice made up of fragments not more than 2 meters across; the wreckage of other forms of ice.  NOAAHydrology 

Accumulation of floating ice made up of fragments not more than 2 meters (6.6 feet) across, the wreckage of other forms of ice.  NSIDCCryosphere 

Accumulations of floating ice made up of fragments not more than 2 m across; the wreckage of other forms of ice. Brash is common between colliding floes or in regions where pressure ridges have collapsed.  ASPECT2012 

Accumulations of floating ice made up of fragments not more than 6.5 ft (= 2 m) across, the wreckage of other forms of ice.  WMOSeaIce 

Accumulations of floating ice made up of fragments not more than 2 m across, the wreckage of other forms of ice as a result of melting.  Bushuyev 

In hydrologic terms, accumulation of floating ice made up of fragments not more than 2 meters across; the wreckage of other forms of ice.  NOAA-NWS 

Sea ice terminology that describes the accumulation of floating ice that is made up of fragments not more than 2 metres across. It is the result of the wreckage of other forms of ice.  ECCCanada 

Accumulation of floating ice made up of fragments not more than 2 metres across.  WMOHydrology 

Accumulations of floating ice made up of fragments not more than 2 m across, the wreckage of other forms of ice.  SPRI 

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