Effects of Climate Change on Mine Waste Disposal in the Arctic

Adjustable Foundation Design Development Innovations in Arctic Engineering
The purpose of adjustable foundation systems is to accommodate a wide variety of soils, including those which have low bearing capacity or which may be subject to settlement and/or horizontal...

Environmentalists Urge Clinton to Prevent Oil Exploration in the Arctic

Evaluation of Helical Piers in Frozen Ground

Design and Construction of Arctic Water Distribution Systems in Rural Alaska

Water and Wastewater Systems in Rural Alaska: Status, Needs and Trends

Sewage Sludge Management at Eielson Air Force Base (AFB), Alaska

Tanker Rollover and Potential Consequences from Burning Fuels on Arctic Tundra

Structural Analysis: Kachemak River Culverts

Arctic Grout Performance Evaluations

Analyses of Flow and Diffusion in Arctic Seas

Rehabilitating Arctic Tundra in Alaska
During the past 25 years, there has been significant progress in tundra rehabilitation. Initially, agronomic practices requiring large quantities of grass seed and fertilizer were believed...

Experiences in Cleaning Up the Influence of Oil Spill on the Water Bodies
Experiences in cleaning up the influence of oil spill on water bodies of Komi Republic (European part of Russian North) and Dagestan Republic (North Caucasus) was generalized. In both...

Road and Airfield Development in the Subarctic and Arctic, Alaska and Northwest Canada

Upheaval Buckling of a Pipeline in an Arctic Environment

Automobile Emissions Under Arctic Conditions Using Unleaded and 10 Percent Ethanol Admixed Gasolines

Air Quality at a Zinc/Lead Mine in Arctic Alaska

Roads and Airfields in Cold Regions
This state-of-the-practice report on the design and development of roads and airfields is the eighth monograph in a series prepared by the Technical Council on Cold Regions Engineering...

Strengthening Railroad Roadbed Bases Constructed on Icy Permafrost Soils

Studies of Contaminants in Arctic Marine Mammals
Attention has been directed over the last few years to determining the baseline levels of anthropogenic contaminants in Arctic marine mammals. Because of their subsistence value to local...

 

 

 

 

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