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Alpine Permafrost Modeling: On the influence of topography driven lateral fluxes

@article{Beddrich2021AlpinePM,
  title={Alpine Permafrost Modeling: On the influence of topography driven lateral fluxes},
  author={Jonas Beddrich and Shubhangi Gupta and Barbara I. Wohlmuth and Gabriele Chiogna},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.07217}
}
Alpine permafrost environments are highly vulnerable and sensitive to changes in regional and global climate trends. Thawing and degradation of permafrost has numerous adverse environmental, economic, and societal impacts. Mathematical modeling and numerical simulations provide powerful tools for predicting the degree of degradation and evolution of subsurface permafrost as a result of global warming. A particularly significant characteristic of alpine environments is the high variability in… 

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