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Hydrochemistry of runoff from a 'cold-based' glacier in the High Artic (Scott Turnerbreen, Svalbard)
Effect of subalpine canopy removal on snowpack, soil solution, and nutrient export, Fraser Experimental Forest, CO
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: ASFA 1: Biological Sciences & Living Resources; ASFA 2: Ocea, Antarctica, Victoria Land, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Taylor Valle, Antarctica, Victoria Land, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Taylor Valle, Canada Stream, Q1 01482 Ecosystems and energetics; Q2 02185 Organic compoun,
Thin film, channelized drainage, or sheetfloods beneath a portion of the Laurentide Ice Sheet: An examination of glacial erosion forms, northern New York State, USA
Between 27 and 11 kyr ago, during the last major (Naptowne) glaciation, the northwestern and western Kenai Peninsula and the Cook Inlet trough were covered by ice except for local nunataks and small refugia, like the Caribou Hills. Landforms related to four glacial stades are recognized and paleogeographic maps document ice limits, drainage systems, glacial-impounded lakes, and glaciomarine terraces. Numerous multidisciplinary studies of glacial, vegetation, and insect histories document Holocene climatic changes.
Melting, runoff and the formation of frozen lakes in a mixed snow and blue-ice field in Dronning Maud Land, Antarctica
Hydrochemistry of meltwaters draining a polythermal-based, high Arctic glacier, south Svalbard: I. The ablation season
Relationship of Trout Recruitment to Snowmelt Runoff Flows and Adult Trout Abundance in Six Colorado Mountain Streams
Physical process-biological response model for spawning habitat formation for the endangered Colorado squawfish
This 1:50,000 scale geologic map describes the distribution of unconsolidated deposits, identifies local geologic hazards, and provides information about the depositional environment and basic engineering properties of common surficial-geologic materials in and around Shaktoolik, Alaska. Map units are the result of combined field observations and aerial imagery interpretation. A suite of local ground observations were collected over a two-week period in July 2011 by a helicopter-supported team of DGGS geologists and collaborators. Field investigations included soil test pits, sample collection, soil and rock description, oblique aerial photography, and documentation of landscape morphology.