My research in the Arctic
High Arctic thermokarst development
This study combines permafrost borehole measurements, climate data, and repeat field surveys to explore the environmental factors and mechanisms driving rapid and widespread thermokarst development in very cold permafrost (MAGT of -14°C at 1 m depth) in the Canadian High-Arctic.
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Thermokarst lakes play an important role in the Arctic carbon cycle. We conducted sedimentary analysis on a suite of lake cores from the Seward Peninsula, Alaska, to better understand the stages of lake formation.