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1. Cryosolic pedons from Northern Canada [GGD311]
Pedons included here represent Cryosolic (permafrost-affected) soils from across the Canadian North from Baffin Island in the east, to the lower Mackenzie Valley and northern Yukon in the west, and ...


2. Cryosolic pedons from Russia and Alaska [GGD272]
U.S. pedon data on the CAPS Version 1.0 CD-ROM, June 1998, are a sample of the pedon data contained on a CD-ROM produced by the National Soil Survey Center - Soil Survey Laboratory(NSSC-SSL). The ...


3. Circumpolar Active-Layer Permafrost System (CAPS) [G01175]
The Circumpolar Active-Layer Permafrost System (CAPS) CD-ROM contains data sets and information products pertaining to permafrost and frozen ground topics. CAPS was originally compiled by the International ...


4. Paleoenvironment, Geomorphic Processes, and Carbon Stocks of Drained Thaw-lake Basins in the Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska, USA, 2002-2005 [ARCSS176]
These data are from a study of the origin and associated geomorphological, ecological, and pedological processes of thaw-lake basins of the Arctic Coastal Plain, Alaska. The research utilized high-resolution ...


5. Engineering-Geocryological Investigations, Bovanenkovo Gas Field, Yamal, West Siberia, Russia [ggd628]
Data are presented from approximately 300 engineering-geocryological boreholes (12 m deep). Parameters for each borehole include ground type, cryostructure, soil moisture every 0.5 m, density in dry ...


6. Permafrost and Gas Hydrates as Possible Sources of Methane, Alaska, USA [ggd235]
This project measured the amount of methane present in shallow permafrost and gas hydrate near Fairbanks, Alaska, to evaluate the role of permafrost and gas hydrate as possible sources of atmospheric ...


7. Engineering-geocryological Investigations, Zapolyarnoye-Urengoy, Western Siberia, Russia [ggd191]
This data set consists of data from approximately 300 engineering-geocryological boreholes, of approximate 12 m depth. The following parameters were collected for each borehole: ground type, cryotextures, ...


8. University of Wisconsin Antarctic Soils Database [ggd221]
The University of Wisconsin Antarctic Soils Database contains data collected by Dr. James G. Bockheim and his colleagues from 1975 through 1987. Data include site information, air and soil temperature ...


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