(EN) – Encyclopedia Arctica 15-volume unpublished reference work (1947-51) | Trustees of Dartmouth College


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VOLUME 1: GEOLOGY AND ALLIED SUBJECTS

Preliminaries
Snow, Ice, and Permafrost Glossary: Introductory Note
Glossary of Snow, Ice, and Permafrost Terms
Outline of the Economic Geology of Alaska
Physiography of Alaska
Stratigraphy and Geologic History of Alaska
Explorations in Alaska by the United States Geological Survey
Volcanoes of Alaska
Earthquakes in the Arctic Area
Meteorological Factors Affecting Variation of Glaciers Along the Alaskan Coast
Geology of Arctic Canada
Geology of Greenland
Geology of Svalbard
Geology of Siberia
Geology of the European North, U.S.S.R.
Geology of Novaya Zemlya
Hydrology
Glaciology
Geophysics
List of Figures

VOLUME 2A: PERMAFROST-ENGINEERING

Preliminaries
Permafrost as a Natural Phenomenon
Engineering Problems and Construction in Permafrost Regions
Physics of Ground Frost
Soil Mechanics in Permafrost Regions
Natural Cold Storage
Civil Engineering
List of Figures

VOLUME 2B: ELECTRICAL AND MECHANICAL ENGINEERING

Cautionary Remarks
Effect of Extreme Arctic Cold on Materials
Petroleum Products for Arctic Winter Use in Automotive Equipment
Tractor-Type Transportation Units for Arctic Operation
Sled-Type Transportation Equipment for Arctic Operations
Analysis of Design Factors for Power, Heating, Ventilating, and Refrigeration Systems
Power Plant Development and Electrical Transmission and Distribution Systems
Mining Engineering
Petroleum Engineering
Sanitary Engineering
List of Figures

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