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grl23845-sup-0002-txts01.txtplain text document10KText S1. General description of methodological details and supplementary results.
grl23845-sup-0003-fs01.epsPS document325KFigure S1. Comparison of relations between river-to-lake connection times of Lake 80 versus summer river discharge.
grl23845-sup-0004-fs02.epsPS document329KFigure S2. Difference in elevation of the Summer Sills between Lake 80 versus Lake 129 compared with observed sea level rise over the past 33 years and the amplifier effect of sea level rise.
grl23845-sup-0005-fs03.epsPS document648KFigure S3. Comparison of least-squares regressions between Inuvik daily water levels versus each of Tuktoyaktuk water levels and Mackenzie River discharge for all years where concurrent data was available during the summer period.
grl23845-sup-0006-fs04.epsPS document449KFigure S4. Concurrent patterns of daily water levels at Inuvik plotted with daily water levels at Tuktoyaktuk and daily river discharge for two years.

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