Rapid initialization of retrogressive thaw slumps in the Canadian high Arctic and their response to climate and terrain factors
Environmental Research Letters (ERL), May 2019
Melissa K Ward Jones, Wayne H Pollard, Benjamin M Jones
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|Earth and Planetary Sciences||29||30%|
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