Auckland, June 6, 2016

Tagged by: arctic ice

Mapping Arctic Landscape Change from Permafrost Thaw

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Permafrost is defined as ground that remains below freezing for multiple years in a row. This frozen ground is hard as concrete. However, rising temperatures from climate change are leading to thawing of this permafrost, impacting local ecosystems and infrastructure. Thaw also results in the release of significant amounts of methane into […]

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