A dome-shaped cover of perennial ice and snow, covering the summit area of a mountain mass so that no peaks emerge through it, or covering a flat landmass such as an arctic island; spreading outwards in all directions due to its own weight; and having an area of less than 50,000 square kilometers.
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(from the article `glacier`) ...and are treated here in terms of their sources: ice shelves with ice sheets, piedmont glaciers with mountain glaciers. A complex of mountain ... The shape of the ocean also is altered as sea levels change. During ice ages a higher proportion of the waters of the Earth...
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An ice cap is an ice mass that covers less than 50 000 km² of land area (usually covering a highland area). Masses of ice covering more than 50 000 km² are termed an ice sheet. Ice caps are not constrained by topographical features (i.e., they will lie over the top of mountains) but their dome is...
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Large dome-shaped glacier found covering a large expanse of land. Smaller than an ice sheet.
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[n] - a mass of ice and snow that permanently covers a large area of land (e.g., the polar regions or a mountain peak)
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[blog] Icecap is a blog that is skeptical of global warming founded and run by Joseph D`Aleo. The name is a backronym of International Climate and Environmental Change Assessment Project. It was founded on 2006. They are a 501(c) tax-exempt, nonprofit corporation. They describe themselves as...
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1) Antarctic sight 2) Arctic feature 3) Arctic ocean sight 4) Arctic sight 5) Cold cover 6) Cold covering 7) Glacial mass 8) Global feature 9) Global warming panel concern 10) Greenland feature 11) Greenland sight 12)
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The Icelandic tail-cap or skotthúfa is a typical part of the Icelandic national costume. Originally it was only worn by men, but starting in the 18th century women started to wear it along with the peysa, a men`s jacket with a single row of buttons creating the proto-peysuföt. Later it was adopte...
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