Date of Thesis Acceptance
Major Department or Program
Geology - Environmental Studies
Robert J. Carson
Thesis characterizing the glaciofluvial environment of the Linnébreen glacier in Svalbard, Norway and subsequent effects on high Arctic lacustrine sediment deposition. Climate forcings on the glacier control sediment production from the glacier and therefore should be recorded likewise in the lake sediment profiles. By understanding the relationships between local climate and sediment flux, a better understanding and correlation between climate and deposited sediment can be established.
Suspended sediments-- Norway -- Spitsbergen Island, Lake sediments, Meltwater – Analysis, Climatic changes, Glaciers, Climatic factors, Sedimentation and deposition – Norway -- Spitsbergen Island, Whitman College -- Dissertation collection 2011 -- Geology-Environmental Studies
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