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Frozen Siberian microbes just woke up from a 24,000-year nap—and immediately got busy
The microscopic organisms wasted no time cloning themselves.
Beavers might be making the Arctic melt even faster
As the rodents move into the tundra, they could be furthering climate change.
Inside a frozen tunnel hiding the galaxy’s biggest secrets
The permafrost in the Fox tunnel in Alaska protects age-old biological clues from decay. But the priceless substrate and scientific tool is disappearing fast.
The Arctic might be a methane time bomb—or not
Researchers are still debating whether permafrost melting will release mostly methane or carbon dioxide.
Earth’s cold storage is melting. Here’s what’s oozing out.
Viruses, bacteria, methane, and more.
CO2 Emissions Data In Arctic Winter May Not Be As Accurate As Hoped
NASA study calls for better data
Melting Ice Could Wake Up Ancient Frozen Viruses
New ways global warming could kill us
Microbes Are Partly To Blame For Arctic’s Melting Permafrost
Oh good, more fuel for climate change
‘State Of The Climate’ Report: Continued Disruption
NOAA's global update is out today.
The Great Arctic Melt Opens Up A Lot Of Questions
Can we answer them before it's too late?