Researchers dig into Canadian North to understand carbon storage in permafrost

Wednesday, September 16, 2020 - 12:00 in Earth & Climate

Researchers analyzed core samples from nine different regions across northern Canada. They found carbon isn’t just being released in thawing permafrost soil, it’s also ending up in water, potentially ending up in lakes and rivers, where it breaks down faster into carbon dioxide.

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