Modeling the role of lateral surface flow in low‐relief polygonal tundra
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Modeling the role of lateral surface flow in low‐relief polygonal tundra

  • 2022

  • Source: Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 33(3), 214-225
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    Permafrost and Periglacial Processes
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    Ice-wedge polygon troughs play an important role in controlling the hydrology of low-relief polygonal tundra regions. Lateral surface flow is confined to troughs only, but it is often neglected in model projections of permafrost thermal hydrology. Recent field and modeling studies have shown that, after rain events, increases in trough water levels are significantly more than the observed precipitation, highlight-ing the role of lateral surface flow in the polygonal tundra. Therefore, understanding how trough lateral surface flow can influence polygonal tundra thermal hydrology is
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    Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 33(3), 214-225
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    1045-6740;1099-1530;
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