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Bibliography on snow, ice and frozen ground, with abstracts

Library of Congress. Science and Technology Division. Cold Regions Bibliography Section

Bibliography on snow, ice and frozen ground, with abstracts

by Library of Congress. Science and Technology Division. Cold Regions Bibliography Section

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Published by U.S. Army Material Command, Cold Regions Research & Engineering Laboratory in Hanover, N.H .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bibliography,
  • Periodicals,
  • Frozen ground,
  • Ice,
  • Snow

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCRREL bibliography
    SeriesCRREL report 12, CRREL report
    ContributionsU.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGB2401 .U53 subser
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26623329M
    LC Control Number72623566
    OCLC/WorldCa1196751

      Additionally, the incorporation of frozen ground physics with a correct description of soil water phase changes rendered the modeled soil moistures and temperatures more accurate in the cold season. Through rigorous evaluations of model performance, the incorporation of coupled snow and frozen ground physics demonstrates significant promise for. Ice, snow and frozen ground. the book argues that the situation is far more complex than the headlines suggest and that it is likely to be decades before a Citation and abstract. Download.

    Abstract. Snow and ice constitute the cryosphere on Earth and influence human activities at various scales of time and space. Through their proximity to phase-change thresholds, they are strongly linked to climatic conditions and presently subject to rapid changes induced by ongoing trends of global warming. The study focuses on the microwave emission properties of snow-covered lake ice. Lakes typically differ from their surrounding terrain regarding snowpack structure, and thus microwave emission. Ice and water layers beneath the snow also influence the result when compared to frozen ground, decreasing brightness temperatures especially on low frequencies.

    Find & Download Free Graphic Resources for Icy Ground. + Vectors, Stock Photos & PSD files. Free for commercial use High Quality Images. Abstract. Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Cold Regions Engineering, held in Orono, Maine, July , Sponsored by Technical Council on Cold Regions Engineering ASCE.


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Bibliography on snow, ice and frozen ground, with abstracts by Library of Congress. Science and Technology Division. Cold Regions Bibliography Section Download PDF EPUB FB2

Of snow, ice and perennially and seasonally frozen ground. This is known as the SIPRE Bibliography Project. Priority for abstracting is given to current material, but it is hoped that all existing technical information will eventually be covered.

Of the first abstracts prepared, 28 per cent were from items published in or later. Get this from a library. Bibliography on snow, ice and frozen ground, with abstracts.

[Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.); Library of Congress. Science and Technology Division. Cold Regions Bibliography Section.;]. A bibliography of snow, ice and frozen ground - Volume 7 Issue 50 - John Sherrod Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our : John Sherrod.

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Bibliography On Cold Regions Science And Technology full free pdf books. Volumes were issued as the Bibliography on Snow, Ice and Permafrost, SIPRE Report Beginning with volume 16 the designation was changed to CRREL Report With Volume 20 the title was changed to Bibliography on Snow, Ice and Frozen Ground, with Abstracts, and with volume 23 the current title was : Stuart G.

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Hanover, NH, United States: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory. “Grundlaeggning med haensyn till tjaele.” Byggnadsindustrin 37(11): “Unique string designed for Slope wells.” Oil and Gas Journal 67(38): The bibliography on snow, ice, and frozen ground being prepared at the Library of Congress for the Snow, Ice, and Permafrost Research Establishment, Corps of Engineers, was described in at earlier Letter to the Editor (October, ).

As part of the bibliography program, an information file is maintained on translations of foreign references appearing in the bibliography. That is, creep of frozen ground occurs all year, irrespective of whether ice wedges crack or do not crack. The presence of a snow cover and the creep of frozen ground are two major factors that confound a simple application of conventional ice-wedge cracking theory to air temperature drops and the time of ice-wedge cracking.

Abstract. Extensions to the land surface scheme (LSS) in the National Centers for Environmental Prediction, regional, coupled, land-atmosphere weather prediction model, known as the mesoscale Eta model, are proposed and tested off-line in uncoupled mode to account for seasonal freezing and thawing of soils and snow-accumulation-ablation processes.

This book provides a general survey of Geocryology, which is the study of frozen ground called permafrost. Frozen ground is the product of cold climates as well as a variety of environmental factors.

Its major characteristic is the accumulation of large quantities of ice which may exceed 90% by volume. Soil water changing to ice results in. Bibliography on cold regions science and technology. GBU53 CEASED print format in - continued by internet access.

Preceded by: Bibliography on snow, ice and frozen ground, with abstracts. GBU53() Bibliography on snow, ice and permafrost, with abstracts. Rapid changes in cryospheric components have occurred in this century, affecting snow cover, Arctic sea ice extent, the mass balance of the Greenland ice sheet, and frozen ground temperatures.

Volumes were issued as the Bibliography on Snow, Ice and Permafrost, SIPRE Report Beginning with volume 16 the designation was changed to CRREL Report With volume 20 the title was changed to Bibliography on Snow, Ice and Frozen Ground, with Abstracts, and with volume 23 the current title was adopted.

SIPRE report 12 changed to CRREL report 12 and vols. are entitled Bibliography on snow, ice and permafrost, with abstracts, v. ; Bibliography on snow, ice and frozen ground, with abstracts, v. ; and Bibliography on cold regions science and technology, v.

ENGI; GBU Anals. made for no. 12 onl. Volumes were issued as the Bibliography on Snow, Ice, and Permafrost, SIPRE Report Beginning with volume 16 the designation was changed to CRREL Report With Volume 20 the title was changed to Bibliography on Snow Ice and Frozen Ground, with Abstracts, and with volume 23 the current title was adopted.

TSytovich, N.The mechanics of frozen ground / N.A. Tsytovich ; edited by George K. Swinzow, Gregory P. Tschebotarioff, advisory editor Scripta Book Co Washington Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

U.S. Army Snow, Ice, and Permafrost Research Es-tablishment (SIPRE), sponsors a bibliographic project conducted at the Library of Congress. Sincea highly specialized staff has produced o abstracts of scientific and technical articles pertaining to snow, ice, and frozen ground, including a great many items not otherwise.

“One was the top of the snow and one’s the bottom of the snow so they would know where to put the resistance and then break through,” says Peter. The lighting and art teams went to the Ice Hotel in Quebec, Canada to do some observations of how light reflects and refracts on snow and ice.

The last trip was to Norway to get inspiration for. Citation Lemke, P and Ren, J and Alley, RB and Allison, I and Carrasco, J and Flato, G and Fujii, Y and Kaser, G and Mote, P and Thomas, RH and Zhang, T, Observations: Changes in Snow, Ice and Frozen Ground, Climate Change The Physical Science Basis.

Abstract. 1. The cryosphere collectively describes elements of the Earth System containing water in its frozen state and includes solid precipitation, snow cover, sea ice, lake and river ice, glaciers, ice caps, ice sheets, permafrost, and seasonally frozen ground.

The cryosphere is global, existing at all latitudes and in approximately ePIC (electronic Publication Information Center) is the official repository for publications and presentations of Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research (AWI).Get this from a library! Bibliography of Canadian glaciology, bibliography no.

1 = bibliographie de la glaciologie canadienne, bibliographie no. [C Simon L Ommanney].