ice field definition

  • noun:
    • a big, level expanse of floating ice that's significantly more than eight kilometers (five kilometers) in its greatest measurement.
    • a network of interconnected glaciers or ice streams having a common source
    • a large expanse of drifting ice (a few kilometers very long)
    • a thorough sheet of ice.
    • outstanding sheet or floe of ice, in some instances therefore considerable in arctic seas that its limitations is not seen through the masthead.
    • a large flat size of ice (bigger than an ice floe) drifting at water

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