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Microrelief Associated with Gas Emission Craters: Remote-Sensing and Field-Based Study
Formation of gas emission craters (GEC) is a new process in the permafrost zone, leading to considerable terrain changes. Yet their role in changing the relief is local, incomparable in the volume of the removed deposits to other destructive cryogenic processes. However, the relief-forming role of GECs is not limited to the appearance of the crater itself, but also results in positive and negative microforms as well. Negative microforms are rounded hollows, surrounded by piles of ejected ordoi:10.3390/rs10050677 fatcat:r35giff3mrbahfqhox6x6gb6la