Late-Summer Peak in Sediment Accumulation in Two Lakes with Contrasting Watersheds, Alaska

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Fortin, D., Kaufman, D. S., Arnold, M., Schiefer, E., Hawley, N. 2015. Late-Summer Peak in Sediment Accumulation in Two Lakes with Contrasting Watersheds, Alaska. Geografiska Annaler: Series A, Physical Geography. Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography. 97, 4. 709-719

Analysis, Fresh water, Lakes, Monitoring, Sediment, Water quality, Fluvial, Discharge, Glaciers, Deposition

This study evaluated patterns of sediment accumulation in two glacial-fed lakes in Alaska (U.S.) by monitoring sediment traps for two years. The results indicate that there is a lag between fluvial discharge and sediment deposition.

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