Vladimir Romanovsky and Sergey Marchenko visit a bore hole and download data collected over a year’s time. Marchenko and Romanovsky describe what the collected data shows about permafrost.
Changing Permafrost Arctic tundra is underlain by permafrost, perennially frozen ground which stores methane and carbon dioxide. But in our changing world, the Arctic is warming twice as fast as the rest of the globe. As permafrost thaws the land above can fail, forming thermokarst features, sinkholes and landslides. In these videos geophysical... Read More >