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Using Geochemical Evidence to Determine Provenance in a High Arctic Glacier-Fed Lake, Linné Valley, Svalbard, Norway
Elizabeth studied the geochemistry of the various sediment source areas in the Linne' Valley. She also attempted to reconstruct the relative contribution of these different source areas by looking at down-core data
Snowmelt 2008 in Linnédalen
Leo used daily images from our automated camera to quantify the amount and rate of snow melt in the Linne' Valley during the spring of 2008.
Glacial Ablation Dynamics and Sediment Flux at Linnèbreen, Spitsbergen
Eric's project focused on the glacier ablation dynamics and sediment release from the Linne' Glacier during the 2006 ablation season.
Characterization and Calibration of Lamination Stratigraphy of Cores Recovered from Lake Linné, Svalbard Norway
Emily's project focused on dating (Cs and Pb)and documenting and interpreting the lamination stratigraphy of cores recovered from Lake Linne'
Relationships among Weather, Glacial Ablation, and Fluvial Processes, Svalbard, Norway
Emily's project examined the relationship between measured weather conditions, glacier mass balance and sediment transport in the meltwater system of the Linne' Valley during the 2005 ablation season
Chronology and Correlations of High Arctic Lakes Based on Magnetic Properties
Emily recovered short cores from different locations in Lake Linne'and from Kongress in order to measure the paleo-magnetic record preserved in the sediment records.
Sedimentation in High-Arctic Lake, Linnévatnet, Svalbard: A Modern Process Study Using Sediment Traps
Megan studied the sediment trap records from Lake Linne' that were deployed during the 07/08 sedimentation year. She related textural changes in the various sediment traps to one another and to measured weather parameters, ...
Determination of Stratiform Cloud Formation and its effects upon Glacial Ablation at Linne'breen, Svalbard for the Summer of 2005
Carlos'researched the formation of clouds over the Linne' Glacier and their roll in the overall rates of glacier ablation.
Unsustainable glacier ablation at 78 N latitude, Linne’breen, Svalbard
Caleb's project was to compare the glacier margin positions documented by aerial photographs and to place the observed glacier retreat in the context of measure changes in mass balance.
Mineralogical Analysis of Primary and Secondary Source Sediments to Linnévatnet, Spitsbergen, Svalbard
Lauren's project focused on discerning the sources of sediment (using geochemistry) entering Lake Linne' from the surrounding drainage basin including the main meltwater inflow, the surrounding hillslopes and reworked marine muds