This has been but a short sketch of a few of the problems attached to living and working in the Arctic. Much has been learned about this remote and hostile area of the world; there is much more knowledge and experience required, as has been demonstrated by the controversy surrounding the routing and construction of the Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Man’s progress depends not only on means for his survival, but also on deep ecological considerations and solid engineering.--Conclusion.
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Norris, Charles C.; Kelley, Charles W.; and Livingston, Carroll C.
"Maintenance and Operation of Facilities and Equipment in the Arctic,"
UMR Journal -- V. H. McNutt Colloquium Series: Vol. 2
, Article 10.
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