2 edition of Permafrost investigations at Aklavik: 1953 found in the catalog.
Permafrost investigations at Aklavik: 1953
National Research Council, Canada. Division of Building Research.
Written in English
|Statement||by J.A. Pihlainen and G.H. Johnston.|
|Series||National Research Council, Canada. Division of Building Research|
|Contributions||Johnston, G. H., Pihlainen, J. A.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lv. (various pagings) illus.|
Pictures of Inuvik. The north is like another country. The northern people are more polite and civil than the people in Vancouver and the northern customs and culture clearly distinguish northern people from the savage barbarians in the southern cities (like Vancouver, for example). On the way to Inuvik on the Dempster Highway you will be. The unsatisfactory local conditions uncovered by those investigations led the Advisory Committee on Northern Development to recommend that Aklavik should be moved to a new and more stable site. This recommendation was accepted in December and the Advisory Committee was given the responsibility of selecting a new site.
published in in "Permafrost Engi- neering Design and Construction" Hank was the editor and a major con- tributor to this very significant and ex- cellent book. Hank had many direct contacts With the international permafrost commu- nity. Through a program of scientific exchange, he and his close colleague, Roger Brown, were able to visit the. An extensive investigation ensued to find his true identity. His death photos and description were circulated word wide, causing some leads to come in, but nothing definite. No one came forward to claim the body and ‘Albert Johnson’ was buried in a perma-frost grave near the village of Aklavik.
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Get this from a library. Permafrost investigations at Aklavik,(drilling and sampling). [John A Pihlainen; G H Johnston; National Research Council Canada. Division of. The Aklavik investigations were located at the site of a proposed ten-room school and an eight-room teacherage on the northern end of the settlement.
The site was low lying and covered with an organic layer about 12 inches thick. Fifteen bore holes were drilled; three exploratory and twelve for thermocouple : J. Pihlainen and G. Johnston. Sixteen drill holes were made, each approximately 30 ft. deep, and samples were taken. The gravel soils, with relatively low ice content, were one of the deciding factors in the selectione of the newle gouvernement canadien d\ue9cidait de trouver un nouveau site pour : R.
Brown. Footnotes 1 Based on field investigations carried out for the Division of Building Research, National Research Council and the Northern Administration and Lands Branch, Dept.
of Northern Affairs and National Resources, with whose permission this paper is published. 2 Philainen, J.A., and G. Johnston: Permafrost Investigations at Aklavik, ; Tech. Pa Div. of. The Aklavik investigations were located at the site of a proposed ten-room school and an eight-room teacherage on the northern end of the settlement.
The. The building of this entirely new community was prompted in part by investigations conducted at Aklavik inwhich showed the soils and permafrost conditions in that area to be unusually poor from the construction standpoint.5 The development of Inuvik6 has provided a unique opportunity to observe the effect on permafrost of the construction of the various facilities associated with a town and the detailed assessment.
Permafrost is a naturally occurring material that has a temperature below 0°C continuously for 2 or more years (Muller,p. 3).This layer of frozen ground is designated exclusively on the basis of temperature. The use of geophysical methods in permafrost investigation: Iron ore deposits of the central part of the Labrador Trough, Northeastern Canada Die anwendung geophysikalischer methoden in der Dauerfrostforschung, dargestellt am beispiel der eisenerzlagerstätten im zentralen Labrador-Graben, Kanada Utilisation des méthodes géophysiques dans les tracés du Cited by: 7.
Akimov, A.T., Rezul’taty rnerzlotno-geofizicheskikh issledovaniy v vostochnoy chasti Bol’shezemel’skoy tundry (Results of geophysical investigation of permafrost in the Bol’shaya Zenlya Tundra); Trudy Inst.
Merzlotovedeniya, Adad. Nauk SSSR, v. 15, p. 5– J. Pihlainen's 12 research works with 17 citations and reads, including: Soils in Some Areas of the MacKenzie River Delta Region.
Aklavik, Technically there appear to be many difficulties in the construction of basements that will perform well in permafrost areas where the soil is subject to settlement on thawing, These technical difficulties tend to make the construction of basements uneconomicalo In practice, relatively few basements have been.
The extreme maximum and minimum values of air temperature recorded at Aklavik and Inuvik, were 34 and - 52°C and 32 and - 57"C, respectively. Average values of the air freezing and thawing indices for Aklavik during the period to are.
and degree days Celsius (DDC) respectively (Thompson ).File Size: 1MB. Inuvik NWT Utilidor Replacement Selection and Building of East-3 Infederal government survey teams fanned out across the Mackenzie Delta looking for.
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The new Aklavik School was a two-storey frame structure, above the ground and resting on piles sunk into the deep permafrost. The building was initially lit with oil lamps but outfitted with direct current electric lighting in For many years, wood fuel was used for heating and cooking.
States: Snow, Ice and Permafrost Research Establishment. Annotated bibliography on s now, ice, and permafrost. Wilm ette, IL, United States: Snow, Ice and Permafrost Research Establishment.
Investigation of description, classification and strength properties of frozen soils. Fiscal year report. Permafrost is the thermal condition of the earth’s crust when its temperature has been below 32°F continuously for a number of years. Half of Canada’s land surface lies in the permafrost region—either in the continuous zone where the ground is frozen to a depth of hundreds of feet.
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Abstract. Results of mapping of permafrost developed on the shelves of Arcticseas are reviewed. Mapping in the Eurasian sector of the Arctic is of a purely predictive character due to the lack of data on the structure and thickness of perennially frozen : A. Gavrilov. Permafrost is the thermal condition of the earth’s crust when its temperature has been below 32°F continuously for a number of years.
Half of Canada’s land surface lies in the permafrost region—either in the continuous zone where the ground is frozen to a depth of hundreds of feet, or in the discontinuous zone where permafrost is thinner, and there are Cited by:.
A century of northern Canadian development is a compilation of technical papers and articles on northern industrial and community development from .ABLE PERMAFROST OCCUR- RENCE” One of the first interests of prelimi- Permafrost investigations in Canada.
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