4 edition of Pipelines and permafrost: physical geography and development in the circumpolar North found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||TN 880.5 W726 1979|
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|Number of Pages||98|
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Get this from a library. Pipelines and permafrost: physical geography Pipelines and permafrost: physical geography and development in the circumpolar North book development in the circumpolar north. [Peter J Williams] -- Discusses proposed arctic pipelines and the problems involved in their construction.
Pipelines and permafrost: Physical geography and development in the circumpolar north (Topics in applied geography) Jan 1, by Peter J Williams Paperback. Study and classification of permafrost "In contrast to the relative dearth of reports on frozen ground in north America prior to World War II, a vast literature on the engineering aspects of permafrost was available in ing inSiemon William Muller delved into the relevant Russian literature held by the Library of Congress and the U.S.
Geological Survey Library so that he Used in: International Permafrost Association. Vol. 65, No. 4, November Published by: Geographical Association. Pipelines and Permafrost: Physical Geography and Development in the Circumpolar North by P.
Williams. Pipelines and Permafrost: Physical Geography and Development in the Circumpolar North by P. Williams (pp. ) Review by: R. Johnson Technology, pipelines and environment [microform]: the role and effects of applied technologies on the planning and construction of Ontario oil pipelines / Author: by Si Brown.
Publication info: [S.l.: s.n.], Format: Thesis/Dissertation, Book, Microform. circumpolar map of permafrost and ground ice (Brown. et Physical Geography, 72 (2), A model for cyclic palsa development is presented.
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Pipelines and Permafrost: Physical Geography and Development in the Circumpolar North. (Topics in Applied Geography). New York, NY: Longman, 98pp. The Periglacial Environment, Fourth Edition, is an authoritative overview of the worlds cold, non-glacial environments.
First published in and subsequently revised in andthe text has been the international standard for nearly 40 years. The Fourth Edition continues to be a personal interpretation of the frost-induced conditions, geomorphic processes and landforms that.
The Periglacial Environment, Fourth Edition, is an authoritative overview of the worlds cold, non-glacial environments.
First published in and subsequently revised in andthe text has been the international standard for nearly 40 years. The Fourth Edition Pages: Pipelines and Pipelines and permafrost: physical geography and development in the circumpolar North book Physical Pipelines and permafrost: physical geography and development in the circumpolar North book and development in the circumpolar North | digital version.
49 Investigation of a bolted coal mine roof during mining at Nattai North Colliery |. [M.A. MICKLEWRIGHT, University of Victoria] Pipelines and Permafrost: Physical Geography and Development in the Circumpolar North, by PETER J. WILLIAMS, LongmansINew Academic Press Canada, Toronto,98 pp.
paper $ (ISBN ) In view of the apparent disparity which often appears between information presented in the media and. Introduction. Permafrost plays an important role in global climate change, in the balance of greenhouse gases, arctic environment ecosystems, and human activities in the Polar Regions (ACIA,AMAP,Hinzman et al.,Romanovsky et al., a, Shakhova et al., ).Changes in climatic parameters, particularly the air temperature, snow depth, and duration of the warm period.
Deformations of pipelines in regions on permafrost are commonly associated with frost heave and subsidence processes, ground ice melting, water logging and thermokarst development, and thermoerosion and solifluction on slopes.
Above-ground pipelines may experience deformation associated with intensified frost heave as the active-layer increases. Tundra Tundra is the global biome that consists of the treeless regions in the north (Arctic tundra) and high mountains (alpine tundra).
The vegetation of tundra is low growing, and consists mainly of sedges, grasses, dwarf shrubs, wildflowers, mosses, and lichens. In North America in the s, intense public debates took place over proposals to build a trans-Alaska oil pipeline as well as natural gas pipelines through Yukon Territory and the Mackenzie Valley.
Permafrost gained visibility as a linchpin of fragile Cited by: 7. Petroleum geology and geology of the North Sea and northeast Atlantic continental margin. Norges Geologiske Undersökelse Nr. ; pp., many fig. Orig. wrps., libr. stamp on front wrapper, wrappers worn, much used copy, but contents good.
The thawing permafrost is a problem for many communities, as housing and water supplies, but also oil and gas pipelines or roads, may be at risk (ACIA, ). The phenomenon of Arctic greening and northward movement of ecosystem zones (CAFF, ) reshape the landscape which forms the basis of Arctic livelihood.
The Periglacial Environment, Fourth Edition, is an authoritative overview of the world's cold, non-glacial environments. First published in and subsequently revised in andthe text has been the international standard for nearly.
At present, considerable quantities of carbon are stored in permafrost, both in peatlands and mineral soils, and release of such carbon following permafrost thawing may accentuate climate change.
Data collected throughout the circumpolar North indicate that the temperature in near-surface permafrost has increased in response to climate warming. An important idiom common across the circumpolar North is “the centrality of the hearth in social life and of commensality with the home fire itself” (p.
The diverse topics discussed in the book intertwine to show how ‘home’ is defined as something that encompasses the entire cultural landscape in the circumpolar north.
Background. The presence and dynamic nature of ice-rich permafrost constitutes a distinctive engineering environment (Andersland and Ladanyi, ; Muller, ).Many engineering problems in the Arctic are associated with: (1) changes in the temperature of the upper permafrost; (2) increased depth of seasonal thaw penetration; and (3) progressive thawing and disappearance of by: ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: xliii, pages ; 26 cm: Contents: Part I Introduction and characteristics of permafrost 1 Definition and description Introduction Additional terms originating in Russia History of permafrost research Measurement of ground temperature Conduction, convection and advection Thermal regimes in regions.
Permafrost as a background for development of ancient glaciation and the problem of bedded ice bodies in northwestern Siberia [abstr.]: in Eleventh international conference on Permafrost; exploring permafrost in a future Earth; book of abstracts (Günther, Frank, editor; et al.), International Conference on Permafrost - Book of Abstracts, 11, p.
The circumpolar North spans the eight nations that constitute the Arctic Council and draws interest from dozens of other countries. Furthermore, changes in the Arctic have global implications. An alternative docking scenario may be feasible in the event that offshore hydrocarbon development occurs and subsea pipelines extend onshore.
It may. USGS permafrost studies, which played a major role in the success of engineered structures such as the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, now are being used to help monitor climate change.
USGS scientists are studying borehole temperatures on the North Slope and have found that this region already has warmed 2 to 4 degrees Celsius during this century. He has published numerous books and articles. His most recent book is Contesting the Arctic: Politics and Imaginaries in the Circumpolar North (IB Tauris, ).
[divider] Articles *Political Geography 30 (4), J. Dittmer, S. Moisio, A. Ingram, K. Dodds “Have you heard the one about the.
namic elements that presented obstacles to economic development. Conﬂating these features with frozen earth itself, Sumgin elevated permafrost as a central actor, giving it a cultural life as an object in nature.
Analyzing “the region of permafrost” as an example of spatial rhe-toric, rather than a preexisting geography, takes up one of Cited by: 7. Brookes, A. () River channelisation, traditional engineering methods, physical consequences and alternative practices, Progress in Physical Geography, 9, 44– Brown, J.D.
() Knowledge, uncertainty and physical geography: towards the development of methodologies for questioning belief. Transactions of the Institute of Physical. The Periglacial Environment, Fourth Edition, is an authoritative overview of the world’s cold, non-glacial environments.
First published in and subsequently revised in andthe text has been the international standard for nearly 40 years. Slide 2: Shows a circumpolar map, the area in the yellow rectangle is Beringia—includes Russian Far East, Bering Sea, Chukchi Sea, Beaufort Sea, (shallow seas), Alaska, Bering phers and system ecologists consider it to be one region because the region shares a lot (but there are differences in political boundaries and sociopolitical systems).
International experts summarized the current state of knowledge of permafrost-affected soils in the 37 papers included in the book “Cryosols: Permafrost-Affected Soils” (Kimble ). In this paper the distribution of Cryosols and the physical and chemical properties and genetic processes that produced their unique characteristics will be Cited by: Search Speaker Bureau The Speakers Bureau is a directory of arctic researchers and experts that are available to visit organizations, communities or schools to give presentations.
The directory contains names, addresses, science specialties, and presentation experience. The Circumpolar North has been changing rapidly within the last decades, and the socioeconomic systems of the Eurasian Arctic and Siberia in particular have displayed the most dramatic changes (Forbes et al.
; Kumpula et al. ).In this region, anthropogenic drivers of environmental change such as migration, industrialization and urbanization (Orttung and Reisser ) are added to Author: Terry V.
Callaghan, Terry V. Callaghan, Olga Kulikova, Olga Kulikova, Olga Kulikova, Lidia Rakhmanov. Permafrost along r = 45 m thawed from the permafrost table downward and from the permafrost base upward with thermokarst lake expansions.
For MALBTs of °C, °C, °C, and °C, permafrost along r = 45 m thawed completely at years (Figure 7 a), (Figure 7 b), (Figure 7 c), and (Figure 7 d), by: 2. ealÁt community based workshops in the circumpolar north outreach of ealÁt knowledge: the reindeer portal teaching, learning and building competence locally in reindeer herders’ societies ipy ealÁt legacy vulnerability, resilience adaptive capacity in reindeer herders’ society recommendations from ealÁt Acknowledgments.
This study was possible, thanks to the integration grants No. and No. of the SB RAS, department of education and science of Tyumen Region, Grant No. DON, and the presidential council for grants, Science School Grant No.
to the Earth Cryosphere Institute SB by: 9. 75% of the Earth's surface;water temperatures can vary widely, aquatic areas tend to be more humid and the air temperature on the cooler side. the aquatic biome can be broken down into two basic regions, freshwater (i.e, ponds, streams, lakes,rivers, wetlands) and marine (i.e, oceans, coral reefs, and estuaries)Freshwater is defined as having a low salt concentration—usually less than 1%.
Moving further north into the continuous permafrost zone, as in Iqaluit or Inuvik, permafrost begins to underly a greater proportion of the land, until virtually all of the terrain is frozen. Within 32 years: A frozen layer of soil approximately 50 cm (20 in.) thick has formed â€ m deep within the active layer, with a layer of.
pdf Numerical Solution for Frost Heave Prediction Using Segregation Potential Concept," Proceedings of 9th International Permafrost Conference, Fairbanks, Alaska., Kim, K., Zhou, W. and Huang, S. "Frost Heave Predictions of Buried Chilled Gas Pipelines with the Effect of Permafrost," Cold Regions Science and Technology, The Arctic regions may be defined in physical terms (astronomical [north of the Arctic Circle, latitude 66° 30′ N], climatic [above the 10 °C (50 °F) July isotherm], or vegetational [above the northern limit of the tree line]) or in human.Alaska’s North Slope has among the highest erosion rates in the world, driven ebook sea ice melt and permafrost thaw.
As with many localities, North Slope managers have limited access and capacity to leverage the full range of scientific and local knowledge about climate risks .