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Multi-Year (2007-2017) Mercury (Hg) Concentration and Fluxes From Small High Arctic Rivers Impacted by Landscape Disturbance
Arctic mercury (Hg) contamination is an ongoing threat to human populations and ecosystems alike. Compared to preindustrial levels, elevated concentrations of Hg in air and water samples have been observed across the high ...
Hydroclimatic and Landscape Controls Over Mudboil Formation in the Canadian High Arctic
This study aimed to gain an understanding of changing active layer dynamics in the High Arctic, specifically in terms of understanding the spatial distribution of mudboils to identify climatic and landscape controls, and ...