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UNH Researchers Receive $1.2M Grant to Study Seasonal Soil Freeze and Thaw

UNH Researchers Receive $1.2M Grant to Study Seasonal Soil Freeze and Thaw

The frost heaves that turn New England roads and their drivers into a bumpy, grumpy mess are one of many consequences of the seasonal soil freeze and thaw cycle that impacts about half of the northern hemisphere. Yet despite this well-known phenomenon, there is a surprising lack of soil frost... Read More

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