Fluvial suspended sediment yields over hours to millennia in the High Arctic at proglacial Lake Linnévatnet, Svalbard

@article{Schiefer2018FluvialSS,
  title={Fluvial suspended sediment yields over hours to millennia in the High Arctic at proglacial Lake Linn{\'e}vatnet, Svalbard},
  author={Erik K Schiefer and Darrell S. Kaufman and Nicholas McKay and Michael J. Retelle and Al Werner and Steve R. Roof},
  journal={Earth Surface Processes and Landforms},
  year={2018},
  volume={43},
  pages={482–498}
}
Sediment yield can be a sensitive indicator of catchment dynamics and environmental change. For a glacierized catchment in the High Arctic, we compiled and analyzed diverse sediment transfer data, spanning a wide range of temporal scales, to quantify catchment yields and explore landscape response to past and ongoing hydroclimatic variability. The dataset integrates rates of lake sedimentation from correlated varve records and repeated annual and seasonal sediment traps, augmented by multi-year… CONTINUE READING
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