Time lapse (5 second frame rate) of melting ice reveals sudden jumps in the location of the fluid film under the ice.

Time lapse (5 second frame rate) of melting ice reveals sudden jumps in the location of the fluid film under the ice.

By Joanna Bugajska for Fall 2015 Get Wet.
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