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Mongolia experiences extremely harsh weather conditions, with long cold winters and short summers, during which most precipitaion falls. The altitude of Erdenet is 1,400 m, and the city receives stronger sunlight radiation than the plain areas. Historical weather records show the average yearly temperatures can range from 21oC to -26oC, while some years have seen temperatures fluctuate up to 69 degrees between the highest and lowest recorded thermometer readings. These conditions create a challenge for the design engineers to find a geomembrane material that can perform when continually exposed to such extreme temperatures and UV radiation.