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AIC 2018 : Transportation Infrastructure Engineering in Cold Climates

@inproceedings{IngemanNielsen2018AIC2,
  title={AIC 2018 : Transportation Infrastructure Engineering in Cold Climates},
  author={Thomas Ingeman‐Nielsen and Dan Br{\o}sted Pedersen and Ingrid Vernimmen and K. Hendriksen},
  year={2018}
}
Compared to other countries there are relatively few road bridges in Greenland. Since there are no roads between the settlements, the need of bridges is limited to crossings within the inhabited areas. The most common crossing for vehicles over small rivers or clefts within urban areas are dams with throughputs using Armco tubes or similar. DASH7 airplanes superseded the Sikorsky helicopters for passenger air transport in the eighties and nineties and the landings at the airports changed from… 

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