How To Make Siberia A Lot Less Scary

Feb 24, 2013 Full story: Scientific Blogging

Evidence from Siberian caves suggests that a global temperature rise of 1.5 degrees Celsius could see permanently frozen ground thaw over a large area of Siberia, which would threaten to release carbon from soils and damage to natural and human environments.

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Martin S

Prague, Czech Republic

#1 Feb 25, 2013
Sorry, but correct formulation is: "which would threaten to release carbon from soils and change to natural and damage to human environments." It is process which many times happened in the past. It is critical ONLY for humans.

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