Glaciers are critical sources of water and solutes to downstream riverine and marine ecosystems. Samples were collected from surface streams, groundwater, rain, snow, and ice in the Wolverine Glacier basin and analyzed for a broad suite of geochemical constituents including common field parameters, major ions, stable isotopes of water, nutrients, metals, and dissolved organic carbon.
|Title||Geochemistry of Water Sources in the Wolverine Glacier Watershed, Alaska in 2016 and 2017|
|Authors||Joshua C Koch, Emily H Baker, Anna J Bergstrom, Shad R O'Neel, S. Sawicki, Krista F Myers|
|Product Type||Data Release|
|Record Source||USGS Digital Object Identifier Catalog|
|USGS Organization||Alaska Science Center|