Surface permafrost may vanish in Alaska
Fairbanks Daily News-Miner Writer
From The Associated Press
Alaska probably will see most of its surface permafrost vanish by the end of this century, but researchers believe vast areas of frozen soil will remain deeper underground even as air temperatures increase.
The future of Alaska’s permafrost is being closely watched by scientists because of the impl....
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