Problems of permafrost engineering as related to global climate warming
The paper discusses the influence of global climate warming on the stability of engineering constructions in the permafrost zone. Conditions are formulated under which global warming should be taken into consideration in engineering practices, and ways to do it are described.
Keywords/Abstractclimate warming permafrost zone engineering constructions stability reliability longevity
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