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  • A model for regional-scale estimation of temporal and spatial variability of active layer thickness and mean annual ground temperatures
  • The ponds on the Seward Peninsula were examined to determine if recent changes in climate have impacted their development and degradation. These investigations included field studies through coring and thermal analyses, ground penetrating radar (GPR
  • to the stream during spring freshet and summer rainfall events, evaluates what roles permafrost and frozen ground play in DOC flushing, and provides a first-order estimate of annual DOC export.
  • at Barrow, Alaska, were used as baseline inputs. The active layer thickness in 1998 and the ground temperatures at depths of 0.0, 0.5, 1.0, and 2.0 m during September 1997 through August 1998 were simulated. A series of simulation cases was conducted