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An investigation into the occurrence and development of groundwater in permafrost regions Open Access
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Public Utilities, Water Supply
Frozen Ground (general)
Engineering in Frozen Ground
Public Health, Water Supply
Frost Action on Rocks and Soil
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University of Alberta
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Mawhinney, J. R.
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Department of Civil Engineering
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Masters thesis. Examines significant aspects of hydrogeology, hydrogeochemistry, and evidence of groundwater flow as basis for understanding groundwater distribution and development in permafrost regions. Engineering considerations on development of groundwater resources and prevention of icings are then discussed.
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