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Abstract (English):
The Baltic Sea region is characterized by variable winter weather conditions. Sea ice forms near the Estonian coast almost every winter and is characterized by large temporal and spatial variability [1, 2].

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1. Jaagus, J., 2006. Trends in sea ice conditions on the Baltic Sea near the Estonian coast during the period 1949/50-2003/04 and their relationships to largescale atmospheric circulation. Boreal Environment Research, 11, 169-183.

2. Jevrejeva, S., 2000. Long-term variability of sea ice and air temperature conditions along the Estonian coast. Geophysica, 36, 17-30.

3. Keyserling, A. 1863. Notiz zur Erklärung des erratischen Phänomens. Mit einem Zusatz von dem Akademiker K. Baer. - Bull. Cl. Phys.-mat. Acad. Sci. St.-Petersb., t. VI, 191-217.

4. Orviku, K. 1965. Accumulations of erratic boulders on the Estonian coast. Okeanoloogia 2, No. 5, (in russian). pp. 316-321.

5. Orviku, K., Jaagus, J. and Tõnisson, H. 2011. Sea ice shaping the shores. Journal of Coastal Research, SI64, 681-685.

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