Ice on the Beaufort Sea.
Beaufort Sea definition by Webster's New World
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part of the Arctic Ocean, north of Alaska & northwest of Canada
Origin: named in honor of Sir Francis Beaufort (see Beaufort scale)
Beaufort Sea definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A part of the Arctic Ocean north of northeast Alaska and northwest Canada extending from Point Barrow, Alaska, to the Canadian Arctic Archipelago. Covered with pack ice year-round, it was first explored in 1914.