Vol. XXI, No. 4 (July–August 2017)

CONTENTS

FUNDAMENTAL PROBLEMS OF EARTH’S CRYOLOGY

ICE AND FROZEN GROUND PROPERTIES

  • Neradovskii L.G.copy the whole article 845 Kb Temperature behavior of permafrost in East Siberia and Russian Far East: a regional model in controlled-source electromagnetic fields
    DOI: 10.21782/EC2541-9994-2017-4(10-18) | abstract
  • Anikin G.V.,copy the whole article 325 Kb Spasennikova K.A., Plotnikov S.N., Grigoriev B.V., Mikhailov P.Y. Temperature distribution in soil cooled by an HET thermosyphon system: prediction by stochastic analysis
    DOI: 10.21782/EC2541-9994-2017-4(19-23) | abstract

THERMOPHYSICAL PROCESSES IN CRYOSPHERE

CRYOGENIC PROCESSES ON SHELFS AND SHORES OF ARCTIC SEAS

  • Vasiliev A.A.,copy the whole article 327 Kb Oblogov G.E., Streletskaya I.D., Fedin V.A., Shirokov R.S., Zadorozhnaia N.A. Thermal regime of the upper part of permafrost in the transition zone from land to sea, Western Yamal
    DOI: 10.21782/EC2541-9994-2017-4(28-35) | abstract

RELIABILITY OF BASEMENTS AND STRUCTURES IN CRYOLITHOZONE

SNOW COVER AND GLACIERS

METHODS OF CRYOSPHERE RESEARCHES

  • Romanenko K.A.,copy the whole article 3 874 Kb Abrosimov K.N., Kurchatova A.N., Rogov V.V. The experience of applying X-ray computer tomography to the study of microstructure of frozen ground and soils
    DOI: 10.21782/EC2541-9994-2017-4(63-68) | abstract

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