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Marlee Oczkowski

on 6 May 2013

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Transcript of Permafrost

How cold does the ground need
to be, to be considered Permafrost? 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c What is Permafrost? Permafrost is any soil or rock that
remains frozen. Learn about permafrost here! How does Permafrost effect the Inuit? What kind of errors can Perma
frost cause when putting in
pipe-in water? It makes the ground harder to dig-up
to put the pipe-in water in. How often does Permafrost
occur? It depends where the permafrost
occurs. If it happens farther
north the permafrost will occur
more often than it would father
south. 0 degree celcius or below 0. Permafrost!! People live in igloos sometimes
when they go hunting in the
winter. In summer they live in
cabins. It makes it harder for them to build houses, use cable or pipe-in water. Do people live in igloos? What kinds of insolation do the Inuit have? The Inuit often use foam to insolate there homes. My Homemade Home Thanks for watching!! The End
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