Ice (from the Old English "īs", in turn from the Proto-Germanic "*isaz") is water frozen into a solid state. Depending on the presence of impurities such as particles of soil or bubbles of air, it can...
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Wonders of Nature - Amazing 🐼❤❄️Panda Plays in the Snow 🐼❤❄️
Wonders of Nature ❤❄️Panda Plays in the Snow 🐼❤❄️
Orange avalanche blankets cars in Russia
A massive avalanche of slightly orange-colored snow buried more than a dozen cars at a popular ski resort in Russia. The snow's unusual orange tint is from Sahara desert sandstorms mixing with snow an...
Tenisball-sized hail
Tenisball-sized hail
These up-close photos of snowflakes are incredibly fascinating
These up-close photos of snowflakes are incredibly fascinating
BRUTAL bombardment with very large hail... - Severe Weather Europe
BRUTAL bombardment with very large hail during yesterday's severe hailstorm in Istanbul, Turkey! Hail up to 9 cm in diameter reported! Video: Meteor Turkey
Icy tsunamis invades Minnesota - YouTube
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Killer cold snap can't curtail kid-play
One kindergarten has found a way for the very young to withstand the biting freeze. Of course, a hot sauna comes first. And hot herbal tea afterwards. "First we warm up, but then run outside for a sno...
"CHASING ICE" captures largest glacier calving ever filmed - OFFICIAL VIDEO
This rare footage has gone on record as the largest glacier calving event ever captured on film, by the 2016 Guinness Book of World Records.
5 Incredible Ice Formations In Nature
We highlight a selection of the most breathtaking ice formations that have been found in nature!
Dogs Discovering Snow
It's the first snowfall of the year and no one is more excited than your dog.
Solving The Problem Of Sea Ice Thickness Distribution Using Molecular Concepts
Yale University scientists have answered a 40-year-old question about Arctic ice thickness by treating the ice floes of the frozen seas like colliding molecules in a fluid or gas. Although today’s hig...
Scientists Are Reawakening A ‘Giant Virus’ Frozen In The Siberian Wilderness
French researchers have announced that they will be reanimating a 30,000-year-old prehistoric virus, having discovered it deep underground in the frozen wilderness of north-eastern Siberia. Mollivirus...
Greenland's Jakobshavn Glacier sheds big ice chunk
Scientists are studying a big mass of ice that has broken off the Jakobshavn Glacier in Greenland.
Claude Lorius and Luc Jacquet on Ice and the Sky: 'Climate change is like a war'
The director and subject of a major new movie about the impact of greenhouse gases talk to Catherine Shoard about signing up to fight climate change, engaging petrolheads and launching their film at t...
Skating Rinks On Ceres? Ice Could Be Source Of Bright Spots
Scientists studying fresh pictures from NASA’s Dawn mission say gleaming dots seen on the dwarf planet Ceres may be from icy patches reflecting sunlight back into space. The bright spots caught the at...
The Arctic is ‘unraveling’ due to climate change, and the consequences will be global
"What happens in the Arctic doesn't stay in the Arctic," says a new report. We often hear that climate change is radically reshaping the Arctic, a place many of us have never visited. As a result, it ...
A glacier (/ˈɡleɪʃər/ or /ˈɡlæsiə/) is a persistent body of dense ice that is constantly moving under its own weight; it forms where the accumulation of snow exceeds its ablation (melting and sublimat...
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Glaciology (from the Franco-Provençal language: glace, "ice"; or Latin: glacies, "frost, ice"; and Greek: λόγος, logos, "speech" lit. "study of ice") is the scientific study of glaciers, or more gener...
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Ice sheet
An ice sheet is a mass of glacier ice that covers surrounding terrain and is greater than 50,000 km (19,000 sq mi), thus also known as continental glacier. The only current ice sheets a...
Sea ice
Sea ice is frozen seawater. Because ice is less dense than water, it floats on the ocean's surface (as does fresh water ice, which has an even lower density). Sea ice covers about 7% of the Earth’s su...
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An iceberg is a large piece of freshwater ice that has broken off a glacier or an ice shelf and is floating freely in open water. It may subsequently become frozen into pack ice (one form of sea...
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An icicle is a spike of ice formed when water dripping or falling from an object freezes.
Scientists believe that the ripples formed in icicles are due to impurities in the water; when purified wa...
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Snow is precipitation in the form of flakes of crystalline water ice that falls from clouds. Since snow is composed of small ice particles, it is a granular material. It has an open and therefore soft...
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A snowflake is either a single ice crystal or an aggregation of ice crystals which falls through the Earth's atmosphere. They begin as snow crystals which develop when microscopic supercooled cloud dr...
Hail is a form of solid precipitation. It is distinct from sleet, though the two are often confused for one another. It consists of balls or irregular lumps of ice, each of which is called a hailstone...
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Ice sculpture
Ice sculpture is a form of sculpture that uses ice as the raw material. Sculptures from ice can be abstract or realistic and can be functional or purely decorative. Ice sculptures are generally associ...
Iceman (occupation)
An iceman is someone who sells or delivers ice from a wagon, cart, or motor-truck. The profession was formerly much more common than it is today. From the late 19th century to mid 20th century, in cit...
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Ice cutting
1919 filmreel of ice-harvesting in Pennsylvania, USA (silent)Ice cutting was a winter occupation of icemen whose task it was to collect surface ice from lakes and rivers for storage in ice houses an...
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Ice house (building)
Ice houses or icehouses (Persian: یخچال‎ "ice pit"; yakh meaning "ice" and chāl meaning "pit") are buildings used to store ice throughout the year, commonly used prior to the invention of the re...
Ice house (building) - Wikipedia