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The main features of intrasoil heat exchange in frozen ground regions

, : The main features of intrasoil heat exchange in frozen ground regions. Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Ordena Lenina i Ordena Trudovogo Krasnogo Znameni Akademii Sel'skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk Imeni V I Lenina (1): 13-15

Heat exchange in frozen grounds was characterized by an increased value of annual thermal economy (half the total amount of heat entering the soil and heat losses from the soil over the annual cycle). The increased annual thermal economy was determined by great heat expenditure on phase transitions of soil moisture and by some other factors. Components of annual thermal economy in the oil were studied. The efficacy of some agrothermomeliorative methods was studied.

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