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Permafrost Bogs of Siberia Thaw Too Fast
15.09.2008 13:57
Permafrost Bogs of Siberia Thaw Too Fast

Joint Russian and French scientific ecological expedition detected very fast thawing of permafrost in frost mound bogs of Western Siberia.
      The international project on studying frost mound bogs Kar-Wet-Sib united eight Russian researchers ecologists, microbiologists and biogeochemists and four French scientists from Midi-Pyrénées National Observatory.
      Researchers said that they were nearly shocked with the rate of bog permafrost thawing. Their estimations show that during last three years melting rate added 20% to its normal values.
      Source: ITAR-TASS


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