2 edition of Geotechnical studies of permafrost in the Fort Good Hope-Norman Wells region, N.W.T. found in the catalog.
Geotechnical studies of permafrost in the Fort Good Hope-Norman Wells region, N.W.T.
R. M. Isaacs
by Environmental-Social Committee, Northern Pipelines, Task Force on Northern Oil Development in [Ottawa]
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 48-50.
|Statement||by R. M. Isaacs.|
|Series||Report - Environmental-Social Committee, Northern Pipelines, Task Force on Northern Oil Development ; no. 74-16, Report (Task Force on Northern Oil Development (Canada). Environmental-Social Committee) ;, no. 74-16.|
|LC Classifications||TA713 .I78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
|LC Control Number||75513953|
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Traditionally, permafrost is defined on the basis of temperature; that is, ground (i.e., soil or rock) that remains at or below 0°C for at least two consecutive years. However, permafrost may not necessarily be frozen since the freezing point of included water may be depressed several degrees below 0°C.
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Author: G. and A. Sadovskii Porkhaev. Permafrost, or Permanently (perennially) Frozen Ground, is a subsurface thermal condition that is independent of texture, water or ice content, and lithology (Gold and Lachenbruch, ; Brown and Kupsch, ).The essential characteristic of permafrost is that the ground remains continuously below 0° C for several consecutive years.
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Inrecord high temperatures at m depth occurred at all permafrost observatories on the North Slope of Alaska except Deadhorse (Fig 2a) (Romanovsky et al., ).Sincetemperature at m depth in this region has increased between ° C and ° C per decade (Fig.
2a; Table 1).Following the slight cooling ofpermafrost temperatures.