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Abstract: The results obtained from 14 pile load tests carried out in saline permafrost at Iqaluit, Northwest Territories, are analyzed with respect to (i) the development of load along the length of the piles as determined from strain gauges mounted along the embedded portion of the piles; (ii)...
The GeoStudio 2007 convection module a finite element program was used to examine convection in porous embankments and waste rock piles and compared to literature numerical and experimental examples by Goering and Kumar (1996) and Goering (2000) and field data from Diavik waste rock test piles. ...
Polar warming will lead to increased labile organic carbon in Arctic soils, both from the release of organic carbon stored in permafrost and increased plant production. The impact of increasing organic carbon on Arctic soil microbial community composition and activity is of great interest...
Dissolved Organic Carbon Mobilization and Degradation Patterns in Retrogressive Thaw Slumps of the Peel Plateau, Northwest Territories, CanadaDownload
Anthropogenic climate change has affected the Canadian Arctic cryosphere, accelerating the development of retrogressive thaw slumps (RTS) across the Peel Plateau, NWT, Canada. RTS result from the thawing of ice-rich permafrost and develop due to ablation of ground ice exposed in the slump...