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Marine icing observed on KV Nordkapp during a cold air outbreak with a developing polar low in the Barents sea.
(Journal article; Tidsskriftartikkel; Peer reviewed, 2015-06)
Marine icing is a phenomenon that may occur for temperatures below subfreezing where sea spray either is lofted from the sea surface or being generated by waves interacting with a ship or a structure. On a voyage from Tromsø to the waters east of Bjørnøya late February 1987, the Norwegian Coast Guard vessel KV Nordkapp experienced heavy icing due to a polar low that raged over these waters during ...