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The Zhubov scale is a way of reporting polar sea ice coverage, it was developed in the former USSR by Russian naval officer N. N. Zhubov (1895 - 1960).
Additional recommended knowledge
The Zhubov scale is measured using the unit ball, one ball equals 10% coverage, five balls 50% coverage and so on.
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