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Iceland,

an island in the North Atlantic where the disease is prevalent.
Iceland disease - chronic fatigue syndrome. Synonym(s): epidemic neuromyasthenia
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To improve our understanding of ice-land interaction, first-order mathematical models are presented for the analyses of the evolution of the coastal ice zone.
The number of experiments was limited, as expressed by the authors, but there was an indication that for a fixed flexural strength of ice, ride-up results when thickness is large enough or the coefficient of ice-land friction is small.