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Canadian Ice Distribution Survey

 

The Canadian Ice Distribution Survey is a survey of literature, the purpose of which is to extend knowledge of formation, extent, and movement of different types of floating ice and accompanying navigational difficulties. The survey was complied by the Department of Mines and Technological Surveys, Ottawa, in 1951. Materials surveyed include, among others, aerial ice sightings, radio reports, books and reports by government agencies

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Canadian ice distribution survey

Stefansson Mss-20
 Collection
Identifier: Mss-20
Overview Survey of literature compiled by the Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys, Ottawa for the purpose of extending knowledge of formation, extent, and movement of different types of floating ice and accompanying navigational difficulties.