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Scientists use fiber optic cable to study Arctic seafloor permafrost

A permafrost-created a pingo or “ice pimple” in the North Slope of Alaska. Scientists from Sandia National Laboratories have been using a fiber optic cable to study permafrost in the Arctic seafloor to improve the understanding of global climate change. Credit: Sandia National Laboratories The Arctic is remote, with often harsh conditions, and its climate

Reservoir construction may be reducing carbon storage in ocean sediments

Spatial distribution of carbon stocks and their accumulation rate in the study region of the South Yellow Sea and East China Sea. Credit: Ma et al. 2023. Carbon storage has been a key focus in recent years to draw down natural and anthropogenic sources of carbon dioxide and help the fight against global warming, and

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