More bad news for warmists: Study says Arctic warming may not release permafrost carbon

So much for permafrost panic.

“The Arctic’s stockpile of carbon may be more secure than scientists thought. In a 20-year experiment that warmed patches of chilly ground, tundra soil kept its stored carbon, researchers report.”

Read more at Science News.

One thought on “More bad news for warmists: Study says Arctic warming may not release permafrost carbon”

  1. When tundra thaws, plants grow and carbon is absorbed. Warm tundra, with growing plants, is a carbon sink. If not, where did the carbon that is stored in the permafrost, come from?

    I don’t have to take measurements to prove this simple theory. Plants don’t grow when they’re frozen. Growing plants consume CO2 and store carbon. Dead frozen plants are a store of carbon. The whole idea that thawed tundra will release carbon is totally bogus. The presumption tundra thaw equals carbon release defies simple logic.

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