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    Hanover, NH : U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory
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    Call number: ZSP-202-107
    In: Research report / Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory, 107
    Description / Table of Contents: Summary: The formation of lake ice was studied during the winter of 1956-57 at Post Pond, Lyme, N. H. Tabular, columnar, granular, and crenulate textures of 36 blocks of ice observed are discussed in terms of relative growth velocity and shown in a classification chart. Ice structures are characterized by Forel striations, Tyndall figures, bubbles and strain shadows. Average crystal areas increased with ice thickness, the rate of increase being greater toward lake center, and ceased to enlarge when in a continuous bubble layer. The lake-ice sheet grew both from top and bottom, .downward growth resulting from crystals in a favorable vertical orientation of a-axes and upward growth coming about by water flowing on the original upper ice surface and freezing. Exception to this type of growth was found in the lake area which froze first, where individual crystal areas were larger at the surface and there was no upper surface ice accretion. Fabric diagrams of ice outside the anomolous area show a change of optic axis orientation from a high percentage of c-axes vertical near the surface to a high percentage horizontal at the bottom.
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    Pages: iv, 22, A2, B1 Seiten , Illustrationen
    Series Statement: Research report / Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory 107
    Language: English
    Note: CONTENTS Preface Summary Description of the lake Cli rna te of the lake Methods of study Ice textures Crystal size Ice structures Crystal fabric studies Growth of an ice sheet References Appendix A: Weather data Appendix B: Sample data
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    Call number: AWI G7-90-0150
    In: Icefield ranges research project
    Description / Table of Contents: CONTENTS: Editors' Preface. - Steele Glacier ,1935-1968 by Waiter A. Wood. - Kluane Lake Map Area (abstract) by J. E. Muller. - Geology of the Wolf Creek Area, St. Elias Range by Robert P. Sharp. - Movement Observations on theTerminus Area of the Steele Glacier by S. Thomson. - Comparison of Moraines Formed by Surging and Normal Glaciers by Nathaniel W. Rutter. - Some Aspects of the Geomorphology of Meltwater Streams, Steele Glacier by A. J. Broscoe. - Observations on an Alpine Mudflow, Steele Creek by A. J. Broscoe and S.Thomson. - Observations of the Surge of Steele Glacier by A. D. Stanley. - The Ice-Dam, Powder-Flow Theory of Glacier Surges by Lawrence B. Nielsen. - Summary of Rusty Glacier Mass-Balance Study, 1968 by Thomas Brewer. - Some Results of the Hydrological Investigation of the Rusty Glacier Basin by Theodorik Faber. - Gravity and Shallow-Ice Temperature Measurements on the Rusty Glacier by David J. Crossley and Garry K. C. Clarke. - Thermal Drilling and Deep-IceTemperature Measurements on the Rusty Glacier by David F. Classen and Garry K. C. Clarke. - Abundances of Isotopic Species of Water in the St. Elias Mountains by K. E. West and H. R. Krause. - Snow Accumulation in the Icefield Ranges by Melvin G. Marcus and Richard H. Ragle. - The Reflection Characteristics of Radio Waves on the Surface of a Subarctic Glacier in Summer by Takeo Yoshino. - Supraglacial Streams of the Kaskawulsh Glacier by Karen J. Ewing. -Infrared Radiometric Temperatures in the Alpine / Periglacial Environment as Related to Thermal Remote Sensing by Ray Lougeay. - Up-Heaved Blocks: A Curious Feature of Instability in the Tundra by Larry W. Price. - The Sedimentology of a Braided River by Peter F. Williams and Brian R. Rust. - Vegetation, Microtopography, and Depth of Active Layer on Different Exposures in Subarctic Alpine Tundra by Larry W. Price. - A Checklist of Vascular Plants from the Icefield Ranges Research Project Area at Kluane Lake by James A. Neilson. - New and Important Additions to the Flora of the Southwest Yukon by James A. Neilson. - Behavior Study of the Arctic Ground Squirrel by Betsy Jo Lincoln. - Geomorphic Effect of the Arctic Ground Squirrel in an Alpine Environment by Larry W. Price. - Pesticide Residues in Selected Yukon Mammals by Donal W. Halloran and Arthur M. Pearson
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    Pages: IX, 259 S. : Ill., graph. Darst., Kt.
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  • 3
    Publication Date: 1970-01-01
    Print ISSN: 0004-0851
    Topics: Geography , Geosciences
    Published by Taylor & Francis
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