USGS OF 60-111
Title:Frost heaving of piles with an example from Fairbanks, Alaska
Authors:Pewe, T.L. and Paige, R.A.
Publisher:U.S. Geological Survey
Ordering Info:This publication is out of print. Reproductions may be available. USGS Publications Warehouse
Keyword(s):Engineering; Fairbanks; Frost Cracking; Frost Heaving; Geology; Permafrost
Pewe, T.L. and Paige, R.A., 1960, Frost heaving of piles with an example from Fairbanks, Alaska: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 60-111, 179 p., 7 sheets, scale 1:63,360.
- of60-0111.pdf (17.0 M)
Maps & Other Oversized Sheets
- Figure 10a Geologic map of part of the Fairbanks area, Alaska, scale 1:63,360 (2.4 M)
- Figure 10b Geologic map of part of the Fairbanks area, Alaska (Explanation) (3.8 M)
- Figure 11 Thermal profiles of permafrost near Fairbanks, Alaska (2.2 M)
- Figure 17 Geologic cross sections at bridge at Mile Post 456.7 in Goldstream Valley near Fairbanks, Alaska. The Alaska Railroad. (2.0 M)
- Figure 19 Lithology, moisture, and temperature data from drill holes at the Alaska railroad bridge sites at Mile Posts 456.7, and 460.4 in Goldstream Valley near Fairbanks, Alaska (1.9 M)
- Figure 22 Geologic cross section at bridge at Mile Post 458.4 in Goldstream Valley, Fairbanks, Alaska (The Alaska Railroad) (2.6 M)
- Figure 25 Geologic cross section at bridge at Mile Post 460.4 over Goldstream Creek near Fairbanks, Alaska (The Alaska Railroad) (2.4 M)