Permafrost a bibliography from Soviet sources. Compiled by Jordan A. Hodgkins. by Jordan Atwood Hodgkins

Cover of: Permafrost | Jordan Atwood Hodgkins

Published in [Syracuse, N.Y.] .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Frozen ground -- Russia -- Bibliography,
  • Frozen ground -- Bibliography

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LC ClassificationsZ6005 P7 H6
The Physical Object
Pagination23p.
Number of Pages23
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17918474M

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The book introduces soil carbon accumulation and decomposition mechanisms and how these are modified in a permafrost environment. A separate chapter deals with deep permafrost carbon, gas reservoirs and recently discovered methane emission phenomena from regions such as Northwest Siberia and the Siberian yedoma permafrost.

Permafrost and Periglacial Processes is affiliated with the International Permafrost Association and is devoted to the rapid publication of scientific and technical papers concerned with earth surface cryogenic processes, landforms and sediments present in a variety of.

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at a remote site on the edge of the Arctic Circle, a group of scientists, engineers and physicians gather to gamble humanity's future on one last-ditch experiment.4/5(63). The book’s essays explore and merge public and private history using research, association and metaphor to examine subjects as diverse as neon signs, scalping, heartbreak and seizures.

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Frozen ground is the product of cold climates as. A novel, psychrotolerant, facultative anaerobe, strain FTR1T, was isolated from Pleistocene ice from the permafrost tunnel in Fox, Alaska.

Gram-positive, motile, rod-shaped cells were observed with sizes 0·6–0·7×0·9–1·5 μm. Growth occurred within the pH range 6·5–9·5 with optimum growth at pH 7·3–7·5. The temperature range for growth of the novel isolate was 0–28 °C and Cited by: Jul 25,  · This Permafrost book review was written by Holly Grimdragon.

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Permafrost is soil that has been frozen year round for at least two years. Permafrost comprises 24% of Northern Hemisphere land (Figure 1), and is also. About this book. This book provides a cross-disciplinary overview of permafrost and the carbon cycle by providing an introduction into the geographical distribution of permafrost, with a focus on the distribution of permafrost and its soil carbon reservoirs.

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Gas hydrates are also introduced. Permafrost Permafrost is the national literary journal edited by MFA students at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. It publishes twice per year: a winter print issue and a summer online issue. In addition to the journal, Permafrost also hosts an annual book prize in collaboration with the University of Alaska Press.

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