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New Permafrost Craters Form on Yamal Peninsula, With A Bang!

Two new craters have formed within a week, 28 June 2017. This time the explosion and fire was witnessed.

7000 Potentially Explosive Permafrost Methane Mounds in Siberia: What Is Next?

Professor Vladimir Romanovsky was interviewed by the Washington Post concerning the permafrost methane mounds in Arctic Siberia.

Permafrost Science at GIPL

@paulhugel Permafrost Lab #Periscope360. Interactive panoramic live webcast (archived) [Safari and Mobile browsers not supported. Smart phones must install free Periscope App for full navigation (iOS and Android supported).] https://www.periscope.tv/w/1vOGwYvyprqxB

Calibration

A new video from our friend Paul Hugel featuring Alex, Vlad and the HOBO ONSET sensors and data loggers.

https://archive.org/details/calibration_201606#

GIPL Cold Room

More videos from Paul Hugel. This one is about the Cold Room with Dr. Alexander Kholodov.

https://archive.org/details/ColdRoom

Sensor Deployment UAF Permafrost Lab by Paul Garrett Hugel

Our friend Paul Garrett Hugel (NKO.org) visited with us at our lab last summer. He has produced a video of our lab members Drs. Alexander Kholodov and Santash Panda at a Boreal Forest Permafrost Observatory site near the UAF Campus.

https://archive.org/details/SensorDeploymentUAFPermafrostLab

Status of Permafrost in Alaska and Future Implaications

14 November 2016, 7:00 PM, Westmark Hotel East Gold Room. 19th Arctic Roundtable, Sponsored by the Arctic Institute of North America.

Anthrax and Permafrost Thaw?: Science Fact!

Prof. Romanovsky contributed to a recent article at Pacific Standard about the anthrax breakout in Siberia. https://psmag.com/for-climate-scientists-the-siberian-anthrax-outbreak-i...

2016 Canadian High Arctic Research Excursion

Follow Vladimir, Bill and Louise on their reconnaissance to permafrost monitoring stations across Canada to Isachsen and back by DeLorme / Garmin GPS at https://share.delorme.com/UAFPermafrost. R. Muskett reporting from Lab Control.

 

 

The Arctic is Changing: North Slope Permafrost Is Now Warming

 

"The North Slope permafrost is warming far more rapidly than previously anticipated" said Professor Vladimir Romanovsky. Article in the Alaska Dispatch News: http://www.adn.com/arctic/article/absent-co2-curbs-permafrost-thaw-be-wi...

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