Surface geophysical data for characterizing shallow, discontinuous frozen ground near Fort Yukon, Alaska

Martin Briggs, Eric A White & John W Lane
The distribution of permafrost in cold regions is subject to temporal and spatial changes influenced by climate, landscape disturbance, and ecosystem succession. Remote sensing from airborne and satellite platforms is increasing our understanding of landscape-scale permafrost distribution, but typically lacks the resolution to characterize finer-scale processes and phenomena, which are often better captured by surface geophysical methods. Specifically, the electrical conductivity of the earth can be used to infer lithological and pore fluid properties, and...
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