Palaeobotanical method in the prediction of sub-surface Summer ice conditions in Northern Organic Terrain

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Journal titleTechnical Memorandum, Division of Building Research, National Research Council Canada
Pages136; # of pages: 36
AbstractPermafrost in Alaska and in the Canadian north is claiming increasing interest within the broader subject of terrain interpretation. It is prominent in the list of factors pertaining to northern development where agriculture, forestry, mining, and military planning are involved. Engineering construction and transportation are among many activities which because of permafrost must deal with circumstances not encountered in the south.
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LanguageEnglish
AffiliationNRC Institute for Research in Construction; National Research Council Canada
NoteReprint from "Transactions of the Royal Society of Canada", Volume XLVIII : Series III : JUNE, 1954, SectionFive
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IdentifierDBR-TM-34
NRC number21025
NPARC number20373742
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