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Title: Investigation of airfield drainage, arctic and subarctic regions : part 1, field reconnaissance and analysis
Authors: St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory.
United States. Army. Corps of Engineers. St. Paul District.
Straub, Lorenz G. (Lorenz George), 1901-
Johnson, Loyal A.
Keywords: Airfields
Runways
Roads
Snow roads
Drainage
Construction
Maintenance
Design
Icing
Snow
Precipitation
Runoff
Erosion
Hydrology
Climate
Climatology
Meteorology
Design criteria
Alaska
EPOLAR
Issue Date: Jan-1950
Publisher: Arctic Construction and Frost Effects Laboratory (U.S.)
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: Project report (St. Anthony Falls Hydraulic Laboratory) ; no. 18.
Description: Technical Report
Summary: The report summarizes observations that were made during a field trip to Alaska in the spring of 1949. Principal objectives in this phase of the Arctic and Subarctic Airfield Drainage Investigation were (1) to make supplemental on-the-ground observations over a wide range of hydrological phenomena, (2) to note the various forms and effects of icing, (3) to observe springtime runoff from natural watersheds, and (4) to crystallize the findings of activity completed at this time into definite recommendations and point out various aspects where continuation and even expansion of research and study are essential.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11681/6539
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