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Along the slopes of the Richardson Mountains, west of the Mackenzie Delta in the Northwest Territories of Canada, the stratigraphies of two lakes with large retrogressive thaw slumps within their catchments are examined using paleolimnological techniques. The lacustrine geomorphological impacts of current thaw activity are examined, as well as the past occurrence of large-scale thermokarst disturbances. Sediment stratigraphies from the larger lake suggest repeated erosion through time. Thedoi:10.22215/etd/2015-11029 fatcat:sa5pab724rh2xdk2bocglw2eua