Monitoring of active layer dynamics at two transects on Svalbard using multi-channel ground-penetrating radar, supplement to: Westermann, Sebastian; Wollschläger, Ute; Boike, Julia (2010): Monitoring of active layer dynamics at a permafrost site on Svalbard using multi-channel ground-penetrating radar. The Cryosphere, 4, 475-487

Sebastian Westermann, Ute Wollschläger & Julia Boike
Multi-channel ground-penetrating radar is used to investigate the late-summer evolution of the thaw depth and the average soil water content of the thawed active layer at a high-arctic continuous permafrost site on Svalbard, Norway. Between mid of August and mid of September 2008, five surveys have been conducted over transect lengths of 130 and 175 m each. The maximum thaw depths range from 1.6 m to 2.0 m, so that they are among the deepest...
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