1887

Abstract

The aim of measurements was determination of the permafrost in the Slovak Tatra mountains and recognation of shallow geological construction. Measurements were carried out in the Copper Valley which is a fragment of the Każmierska Valley. Very good conditions to collect the snow and to convert it into firn ice was created putting and forming the bottom of the Copper Valley. Examinations were carried out with vertical electrical sounding with the Schlumbergera array. There was made 10 electrical sounding in two profiles, distance between means sounding amounted to 25m. There were distinguished 4 to 5 layers. Layer being on average 9m depth was interpreted as permafrost stayed for 2 to 3m thicknesses.

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2008-09-17
2020-10-27
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