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New paper in Nature debunks the “Permafrost Bomb”


New paper debunks the “Permafrost Bomb”

A new paper published in Nature pours cold water on the idea that a sudden melting of arctic permafrost might cause a spike in global temperatures. The abstract from the paper; Large quantities of organic carbon are stored in frozen soils (permafrost) within Arctic and sub-Arctic regions. A warming climate can induce environmental changes that […]

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