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Arctic Yedoma — Supercharging Greenhouse Gases

A Nitrous Oxide Blast

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The Arctic Carbon Bomb (by ArcheanArt — Modified from a NASA public domain photo)

Travel far enough north, and you will find yourself in the Arctic, a geographical region named after the Greek word for bear. Sixty percent of the Arctic is ocean, and the remaining 40 percent largely consists of the northern edges of multiple countries bordering on the Arctic Ocean. About…




EarthSphere: The intersection of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, geosphere, and biosphere — The place where we live.

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