Experimental frost shattering

@article{Lautridou1982ExperimentalFS,
  title={Experimental frost shattering},
  author={J. P. Lautridou and Jean Claude Ozouf},
  journal={Progress in Physical Geography},
  year={1982},
  volume={6},
  pages={215 - 232}
}
During the past fifteen years a considerable amount of the research conducted at the Centre de Gdomorphologie du CNRS, Caen, France, has focused on examining the effects of laboratory-simulated frost shattering on different rock types. The results of this work have been well documented in our Bulletins and in various French-language journals. Unfortunately, however, these findings have not been effectively disseminated through the general body of geomorphological literature. At a time when… 

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