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Mercury partitioning in super-permafrost groundwater, Truelove Lowland, Devon Island, Nunavut
The objective of this study was to determine the dominant biogeochemical controls on mercury partitioning in super-permafrost groundwater at Truelove Lowland, Devon Island, Nunavut. Mercury partitioning in snow, ephemeral ...
Arsenic in a high arctic soil ecosystem on Devon Island, Nunavut
In this study, total As (T-As) levels in superpermafrost groundwater at a site in the High Arctic doubled over the course of the summer thaw. This increase was not due to snow input, as levels in snow were negligible. ...
The Depth Distribution of Organic Carbon in Mineral Cryosols at Two Sites in the Canadian Arctic
The northern circumpolar permafrost region covers over 15% of the earth’s land surface, and contains about 50% of global belowground organic carbon (OC). There has been a great deal of recent interest in cataloguing the ...