ice in news: yukon river springtime floods

"May 2: The water level is rising incredibly fast, which is not too astonishing, since the temperatures have escalated recently: A week ago we measured temperatures around zero degrees Celsius (30 degrees Fahrenheit); now we are in the early 20s (late 60s in Fahrenheit). The water looks brownish, and it tastes a bit like old leaves,… Continue reading ice in news: yukon river springtime floods

phenom: candle ice

One thing I'll be exploring on this blog is the amazing range of ice types and ice phenomena that exist, both naturally and in manufactured forms. This week I've been fascinated by seeing candle ice for the first time, though I'm pretty sure I heard plenty of it tinkling past on the Red River the… Continue reading phenom: candle ice