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The spectral reflectance of snow with a known grain-size distribution was measured experimentally in a cold room under successive metamorphism in the wavelength region 280–2500 nm. Two one-time sequential experiments showed that the spectral reflectance of snow decreased when the snow...
This work presents a numerical model based on the finite volume approach to predict the ice temperature distribution around buried habitation modules in cold regions, such as Patriot Hills in the Antarctic continent. The model allows for the prediction of the possible melting of the ice...
This paper presents details of the failure behaviour and loads associated with the interaction of first-year ridges with the offshore structure Molikpaq. An analysis was made of ridge interactions during 2 years of deployment of the Molikpaq in the Canadian Beaufort Sea. The first-year ridge...
Three acoustic FlowCapt™ (IAV Engineering) drifting snow instruments were deployed during the 1999 and 2000 field season on Spitsbergen, Norway. Three different experiments were carried out to test the instruments for their use in snowdrift research. The data from the three instruments were...
During the summer, the regional hospital in Sundsvall in central Sweden requires 1000 MW h of cooling with a maximum cooling power 1500 kW. From the summer of 2000, seasonally stored snow will be utilised to meet the cooling demand. A storage area of 140×60 m with a capacity for 60,000 m 3...
Anticipated warming of climate may seriously affect permafrost. Computer simulation of permafrost parameters spatial distribution is a tool for such investigation. In the present work, the multilevel model of the heat transfer in the ground was used, taking into account water phase...
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