Permafrost | AFP Animé

By | February 14, 2020

Permafrost | AFP Animé
Permafrost | AFP Animé
Deep layers of Frozen Earth or permafrost lifepac beneath the Arctic and Siberia represents 25 % of the northern hemisphere is land. Mass effect could have a devastating effect on climate. The temperature of this land, which is being frozen for tens of thousands of years, has increased bus. Doesn’T the average global rate by 2100, 90 % of permafrost disappeared, releases greenhouse gases? It contains an estimated 1700 billion tons of carbon twice as much as atmospheric levels.

The warmer it becomes. The more carbon and meter seep out into the air and Aslan temperature is increased. Vegetation is able to spread into and speeding up the melting process sewing. Permafrost can have serious consequences for the stability of the foundations of buildings, of run pipelines and Industry built on land most sold would remain permanently Frozen.
Videographic on permafrost. Last month was the hottest January on record, surpassing a previous high recorded in 2016, the US climate service said Thursday.VIDEOGRAPHICS

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