Black Carbon in Snow and Ice Enhances Glacier and Snow Melting
Black Carbon in Snow and Ice Enhances Glacier and Snow Melting

Black carbon (BC) is considered to be an important short-lived climate forcer. BC can darken the snow/ice surface, affect the energy bala...

Scientists Evaluate Freeze-Thaw Changes of Seasonally Frozen Ground on the Tibetan Plateau
Scientists Evaluate Freeze-Thaw Changes of Seasonally Frozen Ground on the Tibetan Plateau

The freeze–thaw changes of seasonally frozen ground (SFG) are an important indicator of climate change. Based on observed daily freeze d...

Arctic Northeast Passage may be Navigable in the Near Future
Arctic Northeast Passage may be Navigable in the Near Future

Retreating Arctic sea ice under rapid warming is projected to continue. A new transarctic route, the Northeast Passage (NEP), may open in...

Scientists Investigate the Black Carbon Climate Effects in the Arctic in Winter and Spring
Scientists Investigate the Black Carbon Climate Effects in the Arctic in Winter and Spring

In this study, numerical simulations were performed using the Weather Research and Forecasting model coupled with Chemistry (WRF-Chem) in...

Active Layer in Different Freeze-Thaw Stages Modifies Soil Respiration Dynamics
Active Layer in Different Freeze-Thaw Stages Modifies Soil Respiration Dynamics

Freezing and thawing action of the active layer plays a significant role in soil respiration (Rs) in permafrost regions. However, little ...

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