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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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