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    Author(s): J. O. Reuss; F. A. Vertucci; R. C. Musselman; R. A. Sommerfeld
    Date: 1995
    Source: Journal of Hydrology. 173: 165-189.
    Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
    Station: Rocky Mountain Research Station
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    Hydrological and chemical fluxes were examined for East and West Glacier Lakes and their adjacent high-elevation (3200-3700 m) catchments in the Snowy Range of southern Wyoming. Both lakes are approximately 3 ha, but the East Glacier catchment (29 ha) is about half the size of West Glacier. Bedrock is primarily quartzite that has been heavily fractured and crossed with mafic intrusions.

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    Reuss, J. O.; Vertucci, F. A.; Musselman, R. C.; Sommerfeld, R. A. 1995. Chemical fluxes and sensitivity to acidification of two high elevation catchments in southern Wyoming. Journal of Hydrology. 173: 165-189.

    Keywords

    chemical fluxes, acidification, high elevation catchments, bedrock

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