Ice-field definitions

A large expanse of ice covering a mountainous region and consisting of several interconnected glaciers.
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An extensive area of ice on the surface of the ocean, consisting of multiple ice floes and covering an area that is greater than 10 kilometers (6 miles) across.
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An extensive mass of thick ice, esp. in a highland area, which may feed valley glaciers at its borders.
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An extensive area of floating sea ice, specif. an area more than 8 km (5 mi) across.
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A large expanse of ice covering a mountainous region and consisting of several interconnected glaciers.
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An extensive area of ice on the surface of the ocean, consisting of multiple ice floes and covering an area that is greater than 10 km (6.2 mi) across.
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A network of interconnected glaciers or ice streams having a common source.
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A large expanse of floating ice (several miles long)
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