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Example of active layer spatial variability. The Boulder Clay CALM grid (100 × 100 m) is located on a flat area close to the Mario Zucchelli Station. Top - active layer thickness (as maximum depth of 0° C isotherm, in cm) on 7 January 2002; lower - snow thickness recorded on the same date. Note the influence of snow accumulation on the active layer thickness distribution. (from Guglielmin, 2006[1]).

  1. Guglielmin, M. 2006. Ground surface temperature (GST), active layer, and permafrost monitoring in continental Antarctica. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes, 17, 133-143.

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