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Trends in historical mercury deposition inferred from lake sediment cores across a climate gradient in the Canadian High Arctic
Recent climate change may be enhancing mercury fluxes to Arctic lake sediments, confounding the use of sediment cores to reconstruct histories of atmospheric deposition. Assessing the independent effects of climate warming ...
Limnology and diatom ecology of shallow lakes in a rapidly thawing discontinuous permafrost peatland
Limnological data for small, shallow lakes at or near the Scotty Creek Field Station near Fort Simpson, Northwest Territories, Canada. It includes: (1) surface water chemistry and subfossil diatom (Bacillariophyta) assemblages ...
Dataset: A decadal perspective on permafrost thaw slump disturbances on Arctic upland lakes in the Mackenzie Delta region (Northwest Territories, Canada)
Retrogressive thaw slumps are the dominant thermokarst landscape disturbance in regions of ice-rich permafrost. The impact of thaw slumps on the water and sediment chemistry and aquatic biology of lakes of the Tuktoyaktuk ...