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Comparison of maximum active layer depth from different boreholes in the Swiss Alps and Norway (including Svalbard)

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The figure shows the comparison of the active layer thickness from boreholes in the Swiss Alps and Norway (including Svalbard). Data for the Swiss sites are provided by the Swiss Permafrost Monitoring Network (PERMOS), data for the Norwegian sites by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute.

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Active layer depth measured in bore holes

Data for the Swiss sites are provided by the Swiss Permafrost Monitoring Network (PERMOS), data for the Nowegian sites by the Norwegian Meteorological Institute.

Temporal coverage: varying lengths of data series

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