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Transport of water, carbon, and sediment through the Yukon River basin

Summarizes a water-quality study of one of the last great uncontrolled rivers in the world, which supplies runoff, sediment, and nutrients to the eastern Bering Sea and Chukchi Sea.

by Brabets, Timothy P. and Schuster, Paul F.
U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2008-3005
Related topics:
Hydrology, Stream discharge, Surface water quality, Suspended material (water), Water sampling, Drainage basins, Rivers
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Alaska, Yukon Territory
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