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Engineer Research & Development Center
Cold Regions Research & Engineering Lab
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72 Lyme Road, Hanover, NH 03755-1290

Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL)

HANOVER, N.H. - Dr. Martin Jeffries is a research physical scientist with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory in Hanover, NH. He is augmenting in size and scope the Corps’ Arctic and cold regions science and engineering research activity at CRREL.
FAIRBANKS, Alaska (Feb. 6, 2019) - Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory's Gary Larsen explains the significance of thermokarst cave ice to Brig. Gen. Vincent F. Malone, Col. Daryl Harger, 1st Lt. Evan Harkins and Jared Sapp of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command. The natural research facility helps to reveal how a sequence of climate shifts have affected the permafrost in central Alaska during and following the last Ice Age, enabling researchers to better predict future climate change effects on permafrost. search > CRREL permafrost ERDCinfo@usace.army.mil
Researchers from the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) are developing a way to optimize energy efficiency at McMurdo Station, Antarctica through an innovative application of existing technology. Harness the Power of ERDC at ERDCINFO@USACE.ARMY.MIL.
HANOVER, N.H. (August 17, 2018) – U.S. Army research physical scientists Stacey Doherty and Robert Jones and research mathematician Komi Messan, Ph.D., provide U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-N.H.) an up-close discovery opportunity during the senator’s visit to the Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory August 17. In addition to the development of bioremediation of contaminant research, Shaheen was exposed to other cold regions research subjects including how to construct a deep-snow runway for military cargo aircraft and the latest in ice adhesion testing and evaluation. Shaheen was also provided an infrastructure update and stepped inside one of the lab’s new cold rooms. The new infrastructure enables the lab to deliver cold regions research down to -40C and is part of Continuous Process Improvement at CRREL. (U.S. Army photo by Bryan Armbrust)

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Corps expert explains why Arctic matters
2/13/2019
VICKSBURG, Miss. (Feb. 11, 2018) --When the “polar vortex” dipped down into the United States more than a week ago — leaving the Midwest and other parts of the country in a painful deep freeze — an...
Academic and industry partners collaborate at annual Materials Science Community of Practice Meeting
12/11/2018
 VICKSBURG, Miss. (Dec. 11, 2018) – More than 75 participants — including researchers from five U.S. Army Engineer and Research Center laboratories — participated in the 4th annual meeting of the ERDC...
Survivability of ice stress on Arctic energy and communications pod tested
6/8/2018
Working alongside the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Laboratory and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute, researchers with the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center’s Cold...