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Abstract

Buried channels are erosive sedimentary features that can possibly be formed by sub-glacial melt-water circulation. The size of these channels is very variable with widths up to several kilometers and depths from few meters up to several hundreds of meters. Their coarse-gravely, sandy sediment fills act as reservoirs which can be important sources of water or occasionally gas.

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2007-04-01
2020-07-05
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