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Publications: Faculty Books

Creep and Fracture of Ice by Erland M. Schulson and Paul Duval (Cambridge University Press, 2009) — Examining the physics of how ice creeps when loaded slowly and fractures when loaded rapidly, this analysis of ice deformation includes discussion of the behavior of glaciers and ice sheets in relation to climate change. Schulson is the George Austin Colligan Distinguished Professor of Engineering.

Creep and Fracture of Ice

Sustainable Natural Resource Management by Daniel R. Lynch (Cambridge University Press, 2009) — The MacLean Professor of Engineering Sciences, Lynch uses applied mathematics to examine natural resource management and sustainability. He covers renewable and nonrenewable resources, including petroleum, fisheries, and water.

Sustainable Natural Resource Management

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