Tidal Power and Migratory Ice in the Minas Region of the Bay of Fundy, Canada

Surface Ice in the Bay of Fundy 2006

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THE VIEW FROM SPACE of the Inter-Tidal Mudflats in the Minas Region of the Bay of Fundy, Where Thousands of 10 to 100 Tonne Cakes of Ice Migrate From the Mudflats into the Tidal Currents Each Winter
PHOTOS: MASSTOWN, Nova Scotia, of Sediment-Laden Ice
PHOTOS: SHUBENACADIE, Nova Scotia, of Sediment-Laden Ice
PHOTOS: MAITLAND, Nova Scotia, of Sediment-Laden Ice
PHOTOS: SUMMERVILLE, Nova Scotia, of Sediment-Laden Ice
PHOTOS: PARRSBORO, Nova Scotia, of Sediment-Laden Ice (Under Construction)
PUBLICATION 2011: SUMMARY OF IMPACT OF ICE ON THE HARVEST OF TIDAL ELECTRICITY IN THE BAY OF FUNDY, CANADA 2006-2011
PUBLICATION 2010: OpEd
2009 TESTING BUOYANCY of Samples of Sediment-Laden Cakes of Ice Grounded on the Inter-Tidal Mudflats of the Minas Region of the Bay of Fundy
PUBLICATION 2008: REVIEW OF EVIDENCE for Sub-Surface Ice in the Bay of Fundy
PUBLICATION 2008: ENGINEERING ISSUES IN THE HARVEST OF TIDAL POWER
PUBLICATION 2007: SUMMARY AND UPDATE of Surface Ice in the Bay of Fundy
PUBLICATION 2006: DOCUMENTATION of Surface Ice in the Bay of Fundy
 
 
Information on surface ice in the Fundy region of Atlantic Canada is published in
 
 
Documenting Ice in the Bay of Fundy, Canada
As a Preliminary to Developing Ice-Tolerant In-Stream
Tidal Current Harvesting Devices
by
Richard Sanders, Ph.D.
Sanders Resource Management
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
 
and
 
Emile Baddour, Ph.D.
NRC Institute for Ocean Technology
St. John's, Newfoundland/Labrador, Canada
 

(March, 2006) 

 

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