Temperature and bio-geochemical data from Toolik Lake, Lake N2, Lake E1, Lake E5, and Lake E6, North Slope, Alaska

Sally MacIntyre & Alicia Cortes
Lakes are abundant in the terrestrial arctic, extending over about one quarter of the territory. For approximately nine months of the year, the waters of arctic lakes are under ice. Despite the duration of the ice-covered period, few studies have addressed the limnology (biological, chemical, and physical features) of these lakes during winter and how conditions under ice affects the stratification of lakes during the summer. We aim to look at the full year cycle...
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