2nd Workshop on the Hydraulics of Ice Covered Rivers

Edmonton, Alberta -1982



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Introductory material (pp. iii-vii)

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Session I: Freeze-up Processes


Ottauquechee River – Analysis of Freeze-Up Processes

D.J. Calkins and G. Gooch (pp. 2-37)

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Formation of Border Ice in the St. Anne River

B. Michel, N. Marcotte, F. Fonseca and G. Rivard (pp. 38-61)

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Hydraulic Roughness of Freeze-up Ice Accumulations: North Saskatchewan River through Edmonton

R. Gerard and D. Andres (pp. 62-87)

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Experience with River Ice at the Limestone Site

R.W. Carson (pp. 88-101)

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Freeze-Up Observation and Aspects of the Ice Anchor on the Bow River at Calgary

D.D. Andres and G.D. Fonstad (pp. 102-129)

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Session II: Frazil


Selected Aspects of Frazil Ice Formation and Ice Cover Development in Turbulent Streams

T.E. Osterkamp and J.P. Gosink (pp. 131-147)

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Nucleation and Frazil Production during the Supercooling Period

D.D. Andres (pp. 148-175)

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Influence of Turbulence and Temperature on Fazil Ice Formation

R. Ettema, J.F. Kennedy and F. Karim (pp. 176-195)

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Formation and Properties of Frazil in Saline Water

T. O’D. Hanley and G. Tsang (pp. 196-220)

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Session III: Flow Under Ice Covers


Theoretical Velocity Patterns in Ice Covered Stream Channels

S.P. Chee and M.R. Haggag (pp. 222-231)

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Resistance to Flow in Partially Covered Channels

T.C.C. Tang and K.S. Davar (pp. 232-252)

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Surges Released by Ice Jams

I. Joliffe and R. Gerard (pp. 253-259)

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Session IV: Breakup Processes


Water Temperature Observation during Breakup on the Liard-Mackenzie River System

F.E. Parkinson (pp. 261-295)

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Significant River Ice Problems Can Occur Even in Southern British Columbia

P.F. Doyle (pp. 296-302)

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Force Measurements and Analysis of River Ice Breakup

D. Deck (pp. 303-318)

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River Ice Jams: Theory versus Case Studies

S. Beltaos (pp. 319-336)

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