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cpers [Lake and river ice]
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 <m> dH_i/​dt=-p_m * T_a </m> <m> dH_i/​dt=-p_m * T_a </m>
  
-Ice can be melted from below if the water contain enough heat. This process is limited by a melt efficiency parameter (//me//).+Ice can be melted from below if the water contain enough heat. This process is limited by a melt efficiency parameter (//meff//).
  
 Final ice break-up is defined as the time step when //​H<​sub>​i</​sub>//​=0. Although it is well known that ice tend to fall apart before it is completely melted, this is not considered by the present model. ​ Final ice break-up is defined as the time step when //​H<​sub>​i</​sub>//​=0. Although it is well known that ice tend to fall apart before it is completely melted, this is not considered by the present model. ​
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