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  • September

    CRREL hosts Navy Task Force Climate Change visit

    ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) recently hosted a visit of the newly appointed deputy director of the U.S. Navy’s Task Force Climate Change (TFCC), Capt. Joseph Brenner, and the arctic affairs officer, Cmdr. Angela Walker.
  • CRREL Scientist Recognized at Levee Safety Community of Practice Meeting

    ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Scientist Bryan Baker was recently recognized at a levee safety community of practice meeting in Southbridge, Mass.
  • ESB’s Punt Upgrades CRREL’s Cool Robot

    ERDC-Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Electronics Engineer Doug Punt poses with the Cool Robot, one of two robots that have spent time in Greenland and the Antarctic detecting crevasses and conducting remote sampling and research.
  • CRREL Blows Snow for Deere

    The well-known and long-time farm tractor manufacturer John Deere is looking at making some changes to one of its product lines and is performing research at ERDC-CRREL.
  • August

    Teacher’s Summer at CRREL Is about Threes

    ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) summer contract Research Technician Trudy Fadden inventories, by height and number, the trifoliate leaf structure of pigeon-wing recently in CRREL’s greenhouse. Pigeon-wing, clitoria fragrans, is a trifoliate, meaning that it has three leaflets. It is a rare species of flowering plant in the legume family.
  • CRREL Students/Interns Wrap-Up Summer with Symposium and Ice-Cream

    ERDC-CRREL’s Human Capital Team (HCT) recently hosted the Student, Post-graduate and Post-doctorate Research Symposium, bringing 14 young researchers and their mentors together to engage employees, family members, teachers and interested others in an effort to provide a broad professional experience.
  • ERDC’s Alaska Engineers Host Command Sergeant Major at Permafrost Tunnel

    ERDC’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory’s (CRREL) Alaska Research Office – Fairbanks recently hosted a visit by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Command Sgt. Maj. Karl J. Groninger of the Center’s Permafrost Research Facility, Fox, Alaska.
  • USMA Cadet Assists CRREL with Snow Roads

    ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) hosted U.S. Military Academy (USMA) Cadet Abigail “Abby” McCauley this summer as a research assistant for Civil Engineer Dr. Sally Shoop on the Snow Roads project.
  • CRREL Hosts Visit of Advanced Studies Group

    ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Researchers Jackie Richter-Menge and Leonard Zabilansky recently hosted a group of students from St. Paul’s School’s (Concord, N.H.) Advanced Marine Biology course.
  • ERDC Researchers Commended for Environmental Data Cube Support System Work

    ERDC Geotechnical and Structures Laboratory (GSL) Researchers Alex Baylot, Greg Green, Dr. George Mason, and Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) Researchers Dr. Susan Frankenstein and John Eylander, provided support to the Director of Defense Research and Engineering High Level Task Environmental Data Cube Support System (EDCSS), June 2010 to June 2012.
  • July

    CRREL’s Douglas Presents at Russian Conference

    Research Chemist Dr. Tom Douglas, with ERDC-CRREL’s Alaska Projects Office in Fairbanks, recently presented at the International Permafrost Association’s 10th International Conference on Permafrost (TICOP) in Russia.
  • ERDC’s Educational Outreach Programs Influence Thousands

    “We are raising a generation of ‘American Idols’ and ‘So You Think You Can Dancers,’ when what we really need is a generation of Gateses (Microsoft founder) and Zuckerbergs (Facebook founder),” said ERDC Geotechnical and Structures Laboratory (GSL) Research Civil Engineer Shelley Tingle.
  • CRREL and TEC Hold Exploiting Sensing for Patterns Work

    ERDC’s Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) and Topographic Engineering Center (TEC) recently held the first of a series of coordinated experiments under the Exploiting Sensing for Patterns (ESP) work unit within the Geospatial Research and Engineering focus area.
  • CRREL geophysicist and program co-chief scientist leads discovery of Arctic phytoplankton bloom

    A team of scientists supported by NASA’s ICESCAPE (Impacts of Climate on the Eco-Systems and Chemistry of the Arctic Pacific Environment) program in 2011 discovered and documented a massive phytoplankton bloom beneath fully consolidated sea ice in the Arctic.
  • NORAD–USNORTHCOM Team Visits ERDC’s Permafrost Research Center

    ERDC’s Permafrost Research Center at Fox, Alaska, recently hosted a headquarters contingent from the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and the U.S. Northern Command (USNORTHCOM).
  • New York University Seeks out Scallops at CRREL

    ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory’s (CRREL) flume in the Ice Engineering Facility was center stage for two weeks in May, as the National Science Foundation sponsored New York University’s (NYU) research into the phenomena of ice scallops.
  • ERDC and NH ARNG Erect Tower to Study Net Zero Possibilities

    ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (CERL) and the New Hampshire Army National Guard (NH ARNG) are conducting a meteorological study for the possible development of a net-zero (energy) training facility in Center Strafford, N.H.
  • June

    ERDC-CRREL and Blue Mountain Union School sign educational agreement

    ERDC's Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) recently signed an Educational Partnership (EPA) with Vermont's Blue Mountain Union (BMU) School.
  • ERDC enters into educational partnership with N.H. school

    ERDC's Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL) recently entered into an Educational Partnership Agreement (EPA) with New Hampshire's Kearsarge Regional School District.
  • May

    CRREL Hosts Job Shadow Day Event

    In early April each year, more than 170 businesses and organizations in the Upper Connecticut River Valley of New Hampshire and Vermont, like the ERDC Cold Regions Research and Engineering Laboratory (CRREL), allow students in to learn more about the types of positions they offer.