Item: Snow creep as a model for postcontrol release
Title: Snow creep as a model for postcontrol release
Proceedings: 1984 International Snow Science Workshop, Aspen, Colorado, USA
Authors: Thomas E. Pratt Geophysical Technician (Electrical Division) CGG American Services, Inc. Denver CO
Abstract: Abstract.--Field experiments indicate that the compressional blast of an explosive can cause a substantial reduction in the rate of snow creep (10-45%) in the immediate area of the bomb crater. Thus a weak point in the slab (caused by differential creep) may be artificially produced and vulnerable to post control release.
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Keywords: post control release, compressional blast, slab
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