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Evaluation of Modern Sedimentation Processes in a Proglacial Lake: Linnévatnet, Spitzbergen, Svalbard
Patty studied the texture and lamination stratigraphy preserved in the sediment traps recovered from Lake Linne'. These traps were deployed from summer 2006 to summer 2007 and a few large diameter traps deployed from April ...
Core Data - organic matter data
Organic matter data and graphs
Core Data - grain size data
Particle size data for core samples
Evidence for Accelerated Surface Melting Rates on the Linné Glacier, Svalbard
Heather's research focused on the factors and processes associated with glacier ablation (and surface lowering) during the 2006 ablation season
Core Data - thin sections
Thin sections of core sediment
Comparison of lamination stratigraphies of cores recovered from the proximal basin of Lake Linne, Svalbard, Norway
Bennett's research was directed at correlating the lamination stratigraphy of adjacent cores recovered from a proximal basin in Lake Linne'. His work showed that small changes in position and bathymetry can cause changes ...
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.
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
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.