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Title: Ice Engineering National Ice Jam Collection Finding Aid
Authors: Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (U.S.)
Keywords: Ice on rivers, lakes, etc.
Flood damage
Abstract: CRREL's Ice Engineering Branch began collecting materials describing the various ice jams throughout the United States. The majority of these materials were eventually uploaded into what is now CRREL's Ice Jam Database. Various researchers worked on this project. These materials describe the various ice jams that occurred throughout the United States of America. One box includes information related to ice jams in Canada, as well as research for some global rivers such as the Euphrates. Information was collected however it could be found, including, but not limited to, news articles, National Weather Services reports, "after action" reports, photographs, negatives, and slides.
Rights: This finding aid is approved for public release; distribution is unlimited. Not all of the material in the collection is a government work. Content may be protected intellectual property used with the rights holder's permission, including text, trademarks, logos, images, and unpublished materials. Works prepared for the government by independent contractors may also be protected by copyright, and copyrights may be owned by the independent contractor or by the US government. Some items might have a limited distribution based on governmental security standards. Contact the collection manager of this archive for more information and for permission to reuse, reproduce, or modify material from this archive.
Date Range: 1937-1992
Size: 15 boxes (14.5 Linear Feet)
Types of Materials: illustrations, maps, photographs(some color)
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