Thaw Subsidence in Undisturbed Tundra Landscapes, Barrow, Alaska, 1962–2015

Volume: 28, Issue: 3, Pages: 566 - 572
Published: Sep 28, 2016
Abstract
In some regions underlain by ice‐rich permafrost, a consistent, long‐term increase in ALT under changing climatic conditions is not supported by observations. The apparent lack of ALT may be attributed to soil consolidation from thawing of the uppermost ice‐rich permafrost and subsidence of the ground surface. Four plots established in 1962 at Barrow, Alaska, were re‐instrumented in 2003 and surveyed annually using differential GPS technology,...
Paper Details
Title
Thaw Subsidence in Undisturbed Tundra Landscapes, Barrow, Alaska, 1962–2015
Published Date
Sep 28, 2016
Volume
28
Issue
3
Pages
566 - 572
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