release of carbon


New NAU study measures long-term carbon loss from thawing permafrost in Alaska

New long-term data from a permafrost monitoring site in Healy, Alaska, suggest it was a net carbon source to the atmosphere at least since 2004 and, under current climate conditions as the region grows warmer, will continue to be one, potentially losing up to a fifth of all carbon stored in the active layer of

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