Aerial Photography in Arctic and Subarctic Engineeringby Robert E. Frost,
Serial Information: Transactions of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 1961, Vol. 126, Issue 4, Pg. 116-145
Document Type: Journal Paper
Use of aerial photographs for solving problems of scientific, engineering, or military nature in arctic, subarctic, and polar areas; evaluation of regional environmental aspects responsible for permafrost and severe frost action and related problems; identity and significance of minute photo pattern features; direct permafrost and frost activity indicators; application for determination of soil types, conditions, and materials.
Subject Headings: Cold regions engineering | Aerial photography | Permafrost | Military engineering | Soil classification | Environmental issues | Soil properties | Arctic
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