Degrading ice wedges reshape Arctic landscape
14 March, 2016
Ice wedges, a common subsurface feature in permafrost landscapes, appear to be rapidly melting throughout the Arctic, according to a new study published today in the journal Nature Geoscience.
Photo by cmbellas. Massive numbers of Cryoconite holes.
I don't think there has been anything in the history of the world that compares to what is happening now. The perferation and rate of deteriation of the ice by soot and other pollution is incredible (Harold Hensell, via Facebook)