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Permafrost, frozen soil micromorphology, mineral skeleton, ice, pores, units, X-ray computer microtomography

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«Earth`s Cryosphere», 2017, Vol. XXI, № 4, p. 63-68

The experience of applying X-ray computer tomography to the study of microstructure of frozen ground and soils

K.A. Romanenko1, K.N. Abrosimov2, A.N. Kurchatova3,6, V.V. Rogov3–5

1Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Soil Science,
1, Leninskie Gory, Moscow, 119991, Russia; lusteramisho@mail.ru
2Dokuchaev Soil Science Institute, 7, Pigevskiy per., Moscow, 119017, Russia; kv2@bk.ru
3Earth Cryosphere Institute, SB RAS, P/O box 1230, Tyumen, 625000, Russia
4Lomonosov Moscow State University, Department of Geography,
1, Leninskie Gory, Moscow, 119991, Russia; rogovvic@mail.ru
5Тyumen State University, 6, Volodarskogo str., Tyumen, 625003, Russia
6Тyumen State Oil and Gas University, 56, Volodarskogo str., Tyumen, 625000, Russia; kanny@mail.ru

The structure of frozen ground and soils has been studied by X-ray computer tomography. Significant advantages of the proposed method have been demonstrated. The changes in the structure of ground and soils in the freezing–thawing cycles have been described. Prospects for the use of X-ray computer tomography in the study of cryogenic processes have been identified.

Permafrost, frozen soil micromorphology, mineral skeleton, ice, pores, units, X-ray computer microtomography

DOI: 10.21782/EC2541-9994-2017-4(63-68)

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