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In a recently published study, PhD student Eva Stephani discusses talik and cryopeg development related to channel migration along the Colville River Delta.
The paper was co-authored by INE/WERC faculty Benjamin Jones and Mikhail Kanevskiy, and published in Permafrost & Periglacial Processes: Taliks, cryopegs, and permafrost dynamics related to channel migration, Colville River Delta, Alaska