Geomorphologic controls on active layer characteristics in the Alaskan Arctic and their implications for studies utilizing latitudinal temperature gradients
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linke_2018_GEO_paper.pdf, linke_2018_GEO_poster.pdf, linke_2018_GEO_presentation.pptx
active layer, Alaskan Arctic, carbon cycling, climate change, geomorphology, physical environment
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Tue 29 May 2018
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