Further Reading - Thaw Slumps
Kokelj, S.V., Lantz, T.C., Tunnicliffe, J., Segal, R., and Lacelle, D. (2017) Climate-driven thaw of permafrost preserved glacial landscapes, northwestern Canada. Geology. V. 45, No. 2. doi: 10.1130/G38626.1
S.V. Kokelj, J. Tunnicliffe, D. Lacelle, T.C. Lantz, K.S. Chin, R. Fraser (2015) Increased precipitation drives mega slump development and destabilization of ice-rich permafrost terrain, northwestern Canada. Global and Planetary Change. 129: 56-68.
Kokelj, S.V., Tunnicliffe, J., Lacelle, D., Lantz, T.C., Fraser, R. (2015). Retrogressive thaw slumps: From slope processes to the landscape sensitivity of northwestern Canada. GeoQuebec, 2015, Quebec City, September 2015.
Lacelle, D., Brooker, A., Fraser, R.H. and Kokelj, S.V. (2015). Distribution and growth of thaw slumps in the Richardson Mountains-Peel Plateau region, northwestern Canada. Geomorphology, 235: 40-51. Dx. Doi.org/10.1016/j.geomorph.2015.01.024.
Kokelj, S.V., Lacelle, D, Lantz, T.C., Malone, L, Tunnicliffe, J. Clark, I.D. and Chin, K.S. (2013) Thawing of massive ground ice in thaw slumps drives increases in stream sediment and solute flux across a range of watershed scales. Journal of Geophysical Research. DOI: 10.1002/jgrf.20063