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The course was completed over one week, training approximately 40 spill response personnel. These groups represented various oil companies and agencies working the oil industry in cold regions. CRREL Research Civil Engineer Leonard Zabilansky provided logistical oversight and technical assistance.
CRREL hosted Alaska Clean Seas’ (ACS) Advanced Oil Spill Response Training
The course was completed over one week, training approximately 40 spill response personnel. These groups represented various oil companies and agencies working the oil industry in cold regions. CRREL Research Civil Engineer Leonard Zabilansky provided logistical oversight and technical assistance.
In a refrigerated room at the ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory’s Ice Engineering Facility, Snow Logic, a developer of snowmaking technologies recently compared snow guns for performance.
It snows in July at CRREL
In a refrigerated room at the ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory’s Ice Engineering Facility, Snow Logic, a developer of snowmaking technologies recently compared snow guns for performance.
Clausen
CRREL researcher elected MWO member
U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Research Physical Scientist Jay Clausen was recently nominated as a member of the Mount Washington Observatory (MWO) Science Advisory Committee (SAC), by long-standing MWO member and CRREL Scientist Dr. Charles Ryerson.

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CRREL engineer selected for high-level promotion

ERDC Director Dr. Jeffery Holland recently announced the selection of seven ERDC team members,
[Published: 12/8/2015]

Advanced studies group visits CRREL

ERDC-CRREL Researchers Jackie Richter-Menge, Dr. Zoe Courville and Leonard Zabilansky recently
[Published: 7/29/2015]

CRREL scientist elected MWO Science Advisory Committee member

HANOVER, N.H. - U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) Cold Regions Research and
[Published: 4/2/2015]