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Environmental test chamber

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  1. Environmental chamber


  1. Resource Description
    A precise environmental chamber that will be used to support research from diverse disciplines. Metamorphism of snow and ice structure in a controlled environment will facilitate our understanding of avalanche formation, snowmelt hydrology, limnology and atmospheric/terrestrial energy balance in a cold environment. This room features a solar simulation source, a temperature controlled ceiling, to simulate a “cold sky” and humidity control. Temperature: -40 to 10 ◦C, maximum variation of ± 1 ◦C from set point, a spatial uniformity of ±2 ◦C, Ceiling -10 to -50 ◦C, Simulated Solar: 0 to 1200 W/m2, Size: ~3 m x 4.3 m (10’ x 14’)
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    McKittrick, Ladean
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    Subzero Science and Engineering Research Core Facility
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    qking (Quinton King)
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