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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 ...
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 - organic matter data
Organic matter data and graphs
Core Data - grain size data
Particle size data for core samples
Core Data - thin sections
Thin sections of core sediment
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
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.
Reconstruction of a Temperature Time Series for Lin-nédalen, Svalbard
Phil studied the local record of the Linne' Valley and related it to the longer record from Isfjord Radio and the even longer record from Longyearbyen.
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.
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, ...