Symposium presented at Fifteenth Alaskan Science Conference, American Association for the Advancment of Science, College, Alaska, 31 August - 4 September 1964.
Contents includes: A Philosophy for Military Research and Development in Alaska and other Arctic Regions by Robert R. Philippe and E.F. Clark, Notes on the Physical Environment of Alaska by Troy L. Pewe, Major Army Operational Problems in Cold Regions by Allen P. Richmond, Material Engineering for Cold Regions and the Brittle Fracture by Murray M. Jacobson, Military Construction Problems in Alaska by Byron M. Kirkpatrick, Arctic and Subarctic Sanitation in Military Field Operations by Lloyd K. Clark, Trafficablility of Snow and Muskeg by S.J. Knight, A Summary of Water Supply Problems in Alaska by Melvin V. Marcher, Long Distance and Radio Communications in the Polar Regions by Howard F. Bates, A Summary of Army Environmental Research in Alaska by W.K. Boyd, The Life Science s Research Approach to improved Military Effectiveness int the Arctic by William H. Hall, The Arctic Soldier: Possible Research Solutions for his Protection by S.J. Kennedy and Jan H. Vanderbie, Effect of Air Movement on Atmospheric Cooling Power by Charles J. Eagan, and The Effect of Arctic Isolation on Human Performance by Richard G. Possenti.