INVESTIGATION OF AIRFIELD DRAINAGE ARCTIC AND SUBARCTIC REGIONS. FIELD RECONNAISSANCE AND ANALYSIS.
MINNESOTA UNIV MINNEAPOLIS ST ANTHONY FALLS HYDRAULIC LAB
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The report summarizes observations that were made during a field trip to Alaska in the spring of 1949. Principal objectives of 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. Author
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- Hydrology, Limnology and Potamology
- Civil Engineering