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Record #82117:

Arctic stream scour: a case history / Arshud Mahmood, James K. Barrett, Michael G. Schlegel.

Title: Arctic stream scour: a case history / Arshud Mahmood, James K. Barrett, Michael G. Schlegel.
Author(s): Mahmood, Arshud.
Barrett, James K.
Schlegel, Michael G.
Date: 1986.
Publisher: New York: American Society of Civil Engineers
In: Cold Regions Engineering. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference..., Anchorage, Alaska, February 24-26, 1986. (1986.),
Abstract: Small Arctic stream on North Slope of Alaska was monitored through one hydrologic cycle, in particular, its flow rate and progress of its erosion through breach into gravel pit. Results showed that flow was affected by snow management and local weather. Areas with massive ground ice in stream required longer period for headcut to proceed, followed by rapid progress through silt.
Notes:

In: Cold Regions Engineering. Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference..., Anchorage, Alaska, February 24-26, 1986 / William L. Ryan, ed.

Keywords: 551.32 -- Glaciology.
551.326 -- Floating ice.
551.326.4 -- Floating ice, erosion.
556.55 -- Lakes and ponds.
E2 -- Glaciology: general.
(*49) -- Alaska.
(*494) -- Alaska, northwestern.
SPRI record no.: 82117

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