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Washburn, A.L. Near-surface soil displacement in sorted circles, Resolute area, Cornwallis Island, Canadian High Arctic. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 26, (1989). 941955.
Washburn, A.L. Plugs and Plug Circles: a Basic Form of Patterned Ground. Cornwallis Island Arctic Canada—Origin and Implications. Geological Society of America Memoir 190, (1997). 183 pp.
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