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Migala, Krzysztof; Sobik, Mieczysław (1982)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Polar Research
Languages: English
Types: Article
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Two thermal springs were discovered in the Raudfjellet region in Spitsbergen. They had a total discharge of about 0.1 m3/sec and were found in metamorphic carbonate rocks on bare ground under the eastern part of Torellbreen. Water with temperatures between 12.3 and 6.5°C caused thermoerosive phenomena to take place at the end of the eastern Torellbreen snout and formed an ice sheet covering the ground after cooling and freezing.
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    • Baranowski, S . , 1974: Report on the field work of the Polish Scientific Expedition to Spitsbergen in 1973. University of Wrodaw Publishers, Wrokiaw.
    • Authors' address: University of Wrodaw Geographical Institute Department of Climatology Wrodaw, ul. Cmentarna 8 Poland
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