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Record #166935:

If ice were to come again / C.H. French.

Title: If ice were to come again / C.H. French.
Author(s): French, C. H.
Date: 1926.
In: Beaver. (1926.), Vol. 6(4)[Outfit 257(2)] (1926)
Abstract: Brief explanation of formation of glaciers over lengthy period, with constant running water at ice/land interface carrying and spreading mineral deposits, creating gold placer mines. Notes that Amundsen's ship Maud, now part of HBC northern fleet, was constructed to allow land-locked frozen sea ice to push under her and prevent "pinching".
Notes:

Beaver. Vol. 6(4)[Outfit 257(2)] :150-151 (1926).

Keywords: 061.5 -- Business enterprises: Hudson's Bay Company.
551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.326.7 -- Sea ice.
553.4 -- Mineral deposits, non-ferrous metals.
553.411 -- Gold deposits, minerals.
622.271.1 -- Placer deposits and mining.
629.12 -- Vessels: Baymaud.
629.12 -- Vessels: Maud.
91(08) -- Expeditions: 1916-26 Amundsen.
91(091) -- Exploration, history.
E2 -- Glaciology: general.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*54) -- Northern Sea Route.
(*68) -- Arctic Ocean, seas adjacent to Russia.
SPRI record no.: 166935

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