Geographic variation and temporal trends in ice phenology in Norwegian lakes during a century

Leif Asbjørn Vøllestad, Jan Henning L’Abée-Lund, John E. Brittain, Ånund Kvambekk & Tord Solvang
The physical characteristics of ice formation in water courses are ideal for studying climatic variation in space and time. We used a large set of observations for 9-116 years (1890-2019) of the timing of freeze-up and break-up, and the length of ice-free season for 99 Norwegian lakes to elucidate variation in ice phenology across space and time. The dataset of Norwegian lakes is unusual, covering considerable variation in altitude (4 – 1401 m above sea...
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