Climate simulations show effects of releasing permafrost carbon
Enlarge / Lakes formed by melting permafrost, on peatland. In Hudson Bay, Canada. Steve Jurvetson reader comments 3 Share this story During the last deglaciation, between roughly 21,000 and 10,000 years ago, there was a rise in atmospheric carbon. This surge brought CO2 levels up to where they were in preindustrial times and contributed to the warming...
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