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Year-round studies of the geothermal impacts of road construction in a "warm" permafrost area were undertaken during 1954-1962 at six road sections across the Richardson and Glenn Highways, in the vicinity of Glennallen, Alaska. As a result, significant information was obtained regarding the temperatures, and changes in temperatures, in the permafrost beneath and adjacent to the highway sections.
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Ground temperatures across the old and new roads at mile 130, Richardson highway during 1954-62
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Cold Regions Engineering Cold Regions Impacts on Transportation and Infrastructure: Proceedings of the Eleventh International Conference