Freeze Dredging
Sweden’s Arctic Snow and Ice Give Rise to Freeze Dredging Method

Freeze Dredging

“Freeze Dredging” is an environmental dredging technique performed by freezing sediment/sludge/objects in situ under the water table, and lifting it up while frozen.

Susanne Rust Mark, PhD student at the Division of Mining and Geotechnical Engineering, has had her article published in the prestigious ndreport.com

Sweden’s Arctic Snow and Ice Give Rise to Freeze Dredging Method

[http://www.ndreport.com/sweden%e2%80%99s-arctic-snow-and-ice-give-rise-to-freeze-dredging-method/]

Susanne Rostmark

[http://www.ltu.se/staff/s/susros-1.10211?l=en]

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Published: 6 October 2011

Updated: 9 January 2014

 

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