Climate Change Sustainability: What Is the Problem With Permafrost?

The study of permafrost is still a relatively new scientific discipline, with research producing complex results that have many environmentalists and geologists in a state of confusion. Essentially, permafrost refers to ground containing soil, sand, gravel, and ice in the form of an active layer and a permanent layer. The active layer is variably thin, … Continue reading Climate Change Sustainability: What Is the Problem With Permafrost?