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Observed permafrost temperatures from selected boreholes in European mountains

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The figure shows observed permafrost temperatures from 10 m (left) and 20 m (right) depth and their evolution for selected boreholes in European mountains: the sites of the PACE transect and two additional sites in Switzerland (Matterhorn and M.d. Barba Peider) and one in Norway (Dovrefjell).

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temporal coverage: varying lengths of data series

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

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