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Groth, Kjell (2011)
Publisher: Co-Action Publishing
Journal: Tellus A
Languages: English
Types: Article
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An outline is given of the possibilities to utilize surface films for the suppression of evaporation from snow surfaces. Special measures must be taken to ensure the spreading of the films at the low temperatures in question. Preliminary laboratory and field experiments demonstrate the effect of fatty alcohol films on snow, but definite conclusions as to the ultimate possibilities of the methods and feasibility of their application on a large scale cannot yet be drawn.DOI: 10.1111/j.2153-3490.1957.tb01868.x
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    • LANGMUIRJ,. and SCHAEFEVR., I. 1943 : Rates of Evaporation of Water through Compressed Monolayers on Water.]ourn. Franklin Inst. 234, p. 119.
    • MANSFIELDW. . W . 1955: InRuence of Monolayers on the Natural Rate of Evaporation of Water. Nature 175. p. 247.
    • DB QUERVAMIN. , 1951: Zur Verdunstung der Schneo decke. Archivf. Met., Ceoph. u. Biokf. Ser B. 3. p. 47.
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