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Discontinuous permafrost is a challenge for development in the coastal communities of Nunatsiavut, Labrador, northeast Canada, where local high relief limits suitable terrain for construction. These issues are particularly pronounced in Nain, the largest and northernmost community in Nunatsiavut, which is undergoing rapid population growth and expansion. In this study, DC electrical resistivity tomography was combined with geotechnical borehole records and in situ field data to evaluate thedoi:10.31223/x5mp5s fatcat:5frekzbu2jgcrioorjneyapqvq