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Created 6 June 2017
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Definition: A horizontal underwater projection of ice from an ice front, ice wall, iceberg or floe.  NSIDCCryosphere 

An underwater ice projection from an ice wall, ice front, iceberg, or floe. Its formation is usually due to a more intensive melting and erosion of the unsubmerged part.  WMOSeaIce 

An underwater ice projection from an ice wall, ice front, iceberg or floe. Its formation is usually due to a more intensive melting and erosion of the unsubmerged part.  Bushuyev 

Sea ice terminology. Describes an underwater protruding piece of ice that has come from an ice wall, ice front, iceberg or floe. Its formation is usually due to a more intensive melting and erosion of the un-submerged part.  ECCCanada 

A horizontal underwater projection of ice from an ice front, ice wall, iceberg or floe.  SPRI 

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