Amur river

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The drift ice is formed from the fresh water of the Amur River in Russia, which then traverses through the Sea of Okhotsk by the borders of China until it reaches Abashiri. The drift ice can be seen at Shiretoko Peninsula all the way to Wakkanai, but it is the thickest in Abashiri. The natural phenomenon usually reaches the northern part of Hokkaido in mid to late January. However, due to global warming the drift ice is not as thick as it was back in the 1980s. Nature, 1980s, Water, China, Fresh, Wanderlust, Hokkaido, Outdoor, Sea

The drift ice is formed from the fresh water of the Amur River in Russia, which then traverses through the Sea of Okhotsk by the borders of China until it reaches Abashiri. The drift ice can be seen at Shiretoko Peninsula all the way to Wakkanai, but it is the thickest in Abashiri. The natural phenomenon usually reaches the northern part of Hokkaido in mid to late January. However, due to global warming the drift ice is not as thick as it was back in the 1980s.

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