Influence of urbanization on permafrost (Lin Chen)

November 14, 2016 in post

GPR
The urbanization has significant influence on permafrost degradation. The degradation of permafrost in the urban area in turn has been affecting the residents’ lives, such as water supply and stability of buildings. In 2008, ground penetration radar (GPR) was conducted by Lin Chen and his teammates to investigate the influence of urbanization on permafrost.

Week #3 – Recent Cryosphere papers

January 21, 2014 in Article, Paper

Angelopoulos, M., et al. “Lunar ground penetrating radar: Minimizing potential data artifacts caused by signal interaction with a rover body.” Advances in Space Research(0). (Early Access)

Frederick, J. M. and B. A. Buffett (2014). “Taliks in relict submarine permafrost and methane hydrate deposits: Pathways for gas escape under present and future conditions.” Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface: n/a-n/a.  (Early Access)

de Lima, J. L. M. P. and J. R. C. B. Abrantes (2013). “Using a thermal tracer to estimate overland and rill flow velocities.” Earth Surface Processes and Landforms: n/a-n/a. (Early Access)

Refsnider, K. A., et al. (2014). “Subglacially precipitated carbonates record geochemical interactions and pollen preservation at the base of the Laurentide Ice Sheet on central Baffin Island, eastern Canadian Arctic.” Quaternary Research 81(1): 94-105.

Li, H., et al. “A new sand-wedge–forming mechanism in an extra-arid area.” Geomorphology(0). (Early Access)

Stephani, E., et al. “A geosystems approach to permafrost investigations for engineering applications, an example from a road stabilization experiment, Beaver Creek, Yukon, Canada.” Cold Regions Science and Technology(0). (Early Access)

Shiklomanov, N. I., Streletskiy, D. A., et al. (2013). “Isotropic thaw subsidence in undisturbed permafrost landscapes.” Geophysical Research Letters 40(24): 2013GL058295.