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What is the probable relationship between rebound centers and locations where ice accumulates?

What is the probable relationship between rebound centers and thickness of ice in Canada?

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  1. For the first part, try here:

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    For the second, here:

    http://search.yahoo.com/search?fr=mcafee&p=probably+relationship+between+rebound+centers+%26+thickness+of+ice+in+Canada

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  2. What kind of "rebound center" are you talking about? I see various uses of that phrase online. Some are places with trampolines, basketball courts and a bicycle shop.

    It would make sense to have such centers under a roof and with climate control, in which case the accumulation of ice outdoors would not make much difference.

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    posted by drwls
  3. The centers of rebound are probably the places where the ice first accumulated.
    The centers of rebound are probably places where the ice was thickest.

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    posted by Frank

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