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Sea Ice The term 'Sea Ice' as it applies to the area of the weather can be defined as ' Any form of ice found at sea which has originated from the freezing of sea water (sea ice does NOT include superstructure icing). Ice formed from the freezing of the waters of the Great Lakes will be considered the same as sea ice. '.
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