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AMAP Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost in the Arctic 2017 Is Published

The AMAP report on Snow, Water, Ice and Permafrost (SWIPA) in the Arctic 2017 is published online. Professor Vladimir Romanovsky was the lead coordinating author.

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).]


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

GIPL Cold Room

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

Sensor Deployment UAF Permafrost Lab by Paul Garrett Hugel

Our friend Paul Garrett Hugel ( 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.

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.

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 R. Muskett reporting from Lab Control.




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