ICE GLAZE

A coating of ICE, generally clear and smooth, formed on exposed OBJECTs by the freezing of a film of supercooled WATER deposited by RAIN, DRIZZLE, or FOG or possibly condensed from supercooled water vapour; ice glaze. ICE_GLAZE is denser, harder, and more transparent than either RIME or HOAR_FROST.

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Initial contribute: 2011-12-26

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Name ICE GLAZE
Description A coating of ICE, generally clear and smooth, formed on exposed OBJECTs by the freezing of a film of supercooled WATER deposited by RAIN, DRIZZLE, or FOG or possibly condensed from supercooled water vapour; ice glaze. ICE_GLAZE is denser, harder, and more transparent than either RIME or HOAR_FROST.
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NNU_Group (2011). ICE GLAZE, Concept & Semantic, OpenGMS, https://geomodeling.njnu.edu.cn/repository/concept/68c8177d-edae-4cb4-b9c4-488f8fa45dd3
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