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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...

GIPL Members Present Findings at the General Assembly of the European Geoscience Union, Vienna, Austria, 20 April 2016

During the Permafrost Open Session of the Cryosphere Sciences Division of the EGU, GIPL members William Cable and Reginald Muskett, presented findings regarding the transformative changes of the permafrost and periglacial regions of the northern hemisphere (http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/EGU2016/posters/20085).

Ice-Wedge Melting Across The Arctic: Tipping Point Reached?

A new research paper in Nature Geosience, Vladimir Romanovsky contributing author.

American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting 2015 Press Conference

New projections of permafrost change in Alaska’s North Slope suggest far-reaching effects will come sooner than expected; Prof. Vladimir Romanovsky. Video link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=49kqqPIrNQA

A Tale of Two Futures for North Slope Alaska Permafrost

What could the future hold for North Slope Alaska permafrost? Climate Central has the story and Prof. Vladimir Romanovsky gives the details Andrea Thompson. http://www.climatecentral.org/news/warming-could-mean-major-thaw-alaska-...


Seabed Pingo-Like Features of the South Kara Sea Shelf: Links To the Yamal Craters

New research findings are building the link between methane blowouts from pingo-like features on the South Kara Sea shelf, a region of thawing seabed permafrost and the Yamal Craters.

2nd GTN-P National Correspondents Workshop

The 2nd GTN-P National Correspondents Workshop, held in Quebec, Canada, 19-20 September 2015, accomplished the data policy and citation of the GTN-P datasets on global scale. http://www.page21.eu/news/465-2nd-gtn-p-national-correspondents-workshop

 

Field Notes: Ancient islands stranded in the Arctic by Louise Farquharson

GIPL member and Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistant Louise Farquharson contributed a story to the Fairbanks News Miner of her summer research field work near the Beaufort Sea coast of Alaska. Included photography by Dr. Ben Jones, USGS, also a former member of the GIPL. [http://www.newsminer.com]

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