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U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Engineer Research & Development Center
Cold Regions Research & Engineering Lab
72 Lyme Road, Hanover, NH 03755-1290

CRREL Expertise

With approximately 140 engineers, scientists, and researchers, 40% with PhDs, CRREL's skilled staff has expertise in a wide range of disciplines.  Serving the Corps of Engineers team, CRREL builds innovative products which support the warfighter, water resources, environment, infrastructure and homeland security. CRREL uses a multi-disciplinary research approach that solves the most difficult environmental physics and cold region engineering problems. With recognized international expertise, CRREL fosters partnerships across government agencies, academia and industry to solve complex problems.

Experts in the News

Corps expert explains why Arctic matters
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...
Exploring sea ice production in the Ross Sea
Julie Parno with the U.S. Army Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory in Hanover, New Hampshire, participated in a two-month polar science cruise aboard the icebreaker Nathaniel B. Palmer in...
USACE engineer trains NATO on unique sampling method for munitions
“Science-based characterization of military training ranges and management for the environmental impacts of live-fire training will lead to sustainable training and protect governments from future...
CRREL scientist elected MWO Science Advisory Committee member
HANOVER, N.H. - 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...
CRREL scientist on mission critical Antarctic traverse
Not many Corps employees can say that they spoke with the Chief of Engineers in the middle of the night while on a traverse in Antarctica, but Dr. Zoe Courville, a researcher at the U.S. Army Engineer...