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Silva Fennica vol. 50 no. 22 | 1942

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article id 7375, category Article
P. Kokkonen. (1942). Observations on the soil frost of the winter 1941-1942. Silva Fennica vol. 50 no. 22 article id 7375. https://doi.org/10.14214/aff.7375
Keywords: soil frost; formation
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Soil frost from the winter 1941-1942 was of a special form. To create such a strong soil frost there need to be capillary soil form and long period of permanent and intense cold, meaning minus temperatures.  The frost layer was thicker than normally.

Such a frost causes many problems on the fields and roads when the soil rises because of the frost and then falls unevenly back when the frost melts.

The PDF contains a summary in Finnish.
  • Kokkonen, E-mail: pk@mm.unknown (email)

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