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Muskeg research 10th conference, May 1964 by National Research Council of Canada. Associate Committee on Soil and Snow Mechanics.

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Statementprepared by I.C. Macfarlane.
ContributionsMacfarlane, I C.
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Open LibraryOL20910169M

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Book Description: This handbook is a compendium of the recommendations and conclusions of annual muskeg conferences, which have been held since It has been written by experts in various aspects of muskeg research and practice. This handbook is a compendium of the recommendations and conclusions of annual muskeg conferences (sponsored by the National Research Council of Canada) which have been held since It has been written by experts in various aspects of muskeg research and practice and is an ideal guide for engineers involved with the problems of constructing Format: Paperback. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle . The basic approaches to construction in muskeg areas are to (1) avoid muskeg, (2) remove the peat, or (3) design for and utilize the muskeg. The complete removal of peat and its replacement by good fill to provide a solid foundation is usually employed for roads crossing shallow deposits or main highways carrying heavy traffic. Current practice in Canada and in the northern U.S. .

A research book or skill book is an item in Survival mode that can be researched to increase a survival skill. Research books are scattered throughout the regions much like normal books, but are rarer and have a non-generic cover. Books can be researched for 4 to 25 hours depending on the book and will give a boost to the player's experience. Muskeg research handbooks have dealt with the problems of muskeg, regardless of its geographical location. In dealing with environmental considerations, and with waste disposal in particular, it would be futile to cover the topic without limiting discussion to the northern Canadian areas, which is the geographical area most people associate. Muskeg (Ojibwe: mashkiig; Cree: maskīk; French: fondrière de mousse, lit. moss bog) is an acidic soil type common in Arctic and boreal areas, although it is found in other northern climates as well. Muskeg is approximately synonymous with bogland, but "muskeg" is the standard term in Western Canada and Alaska, while 'bog' is common term became common in . This handbook is a compendium of the recommendations and conclusions of annual muskeg conferences (sponsored by the National Research Council of Canada) which have been held since It has been written by experts in various aspects of muskeg research and practice and is an ideal guide for engineers involved with the problems of constructing Author: National Research Council of Canada.

@article{osti_, title = {Muskeg pipeline research yields big cost savings}, author = {Couperthwaite, S.L. and Marshall, R.G.}, abstractNote = {This article reports that recently developed theoretical and analytical models have made it possible reliably to predict how a pipeline will behave in muskeg terrain. By using these models, Nova, An Alberta Corp., has . Canada includes within her boundaries at least , square miles of muskeg (peat-land). Only in recent years, to keep pace with the rapid development of the north has this remarkable organic terrain been subject to scientific study. This handbook is a compendium of the recommendations and conclusions of annual muskeg conferences (sponsored by the National Research Council . James S. Aber, Johannes B. Ries, in Small-Format Aerial Photography, Overview. Wetlands include myriad environmental types: bayou, bog, fen, mangrove, marsh, moor, muskeg, pan, playa, sabkha, swamp, tundra, and several more terms in other of these names are united under the general term mire nowadays, but that still does not specify the . National Research Council of Canada. Associate Committee on Geotechnical Research. Muskeg Subcommittee. Muskeg engineering handbook. [Toronto] University of Toronto Press [] (DLC) (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors.