Arctic Permafrost Global Warming by Nasa
Arctic Permafrost Global Warming by Nasa. In this video Nasa explains Arctic Permafrost to everyone. NASA is trying to educate students about global warming. Arctic methane release is release of methane from seas and soils in permafrost regions of Arctic. Arctic permafrost soils contain more accumulated carbon than all the human fossil-fuel emissions since 1850 combined. Warming Arctic permafrost, poised to release its own gases into the atmosphere, could be the “sleeping giant” of climate change. A long term natural process, it may be exacerbated by global warming. This results in a positive feedback effect, as methane is itself a powerful greenhouse gas. global warming nasa nasa global warmingArctic Warming
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