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ESA EarthObservation May 17
Research that uses data from satellites on ground temperature between 2000 and 2016 has resulted in the first global map of at a spatial resolution of 1 km, and was published recently in Earth Science Reviews. Read more about it:
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Eunice Lee May 13
Interested in rehabilitation after oil production? Come to the POE capstone symposium on May 29 at the Fisheries building to learn about my project!
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Eunice Lee May 19
To and members, what are some ways to communicate about thaw to the general public?
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Hugues Lantuit Jan 16
Permafrost is warming at a global scale
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carol sowden Mar 7
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Roger Brett Jan 27
Created this for future ppts. It shows development of a retrogressive thaw slump on a small lake north of Inuvik (68.529, -133.738) found during surveys. Rapid progression seems to occur on many within the last 20 years. This one is roughly 300m x 200m.
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Quimi Portet 🎗 Mar 19
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ACUNS - AUCEN Mar 8
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EcoWatch Mar 30
'We Can't Trust the Anymore': Doomsday Vault at Risk in Norway
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Amanda J. Barker Apr 29
We love !! Sharing exciting science with a 3rd grade class in at the Permafrost Tunnel Research Facility
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Riikka Rinnan May 6
What is going on? Magnus and Na are wearing lab coats!! Grand finale of an experiment with from all across the . We aim to unravel how caused thaw of frozen ground affects emissions.
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SEARCH Program Jan 28
The is currently seeking to document the current, past, and future carbon stocks/fluxes of the system. If you have expertise or info to help, Sara Sayedi in 's lab has a survey for you!
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Phys.org Apr 10
Research reveals evidence of climate change in the
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Thomas Opel May 10
New map for the Northern Hemisphere!
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Karen Vaughan Dec 28
I made a cake (for ) modeled after one of my new favorite soils on this peat mound near Sukakpak Mountain in Alaska - a Terric Histoturbel
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Triple C Arctic Thaw Lakes Apr 15
5 machines, 9 sleds, and 2 tons of science gear, camp gear, fuel, and food. Should be enough for a few weeks on the tundra studying lakes and lake drainage
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Philipp Marr Apr 24
Very excited to take part in the and environments . We started today with a small tour around . Looking forward!
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Geological Survey/Commission géologique Canada Jan 7
that images of Mars show polygonal patterned ground similar to that found in Canada's ? Here on Earth it's formed in areas when repeated thermal contraction cracking of the ground creates these polygons.
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Angel Sánchez May 20
Satellites yield insight into not so permanent esa
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Hemp Flow May 17
Rapid permafrost melt isn't just releasing more greenhouse gases into the air. It's changing the landscape, too, since affects about a quarter of the land in the Northern Hemisphere. via
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