Czimczik featured in permafrost article

AirUCI faculty Claudia Czimczik and her team have published a new study of permafrost emissions during autumn and winter months.  For the first time they were able to directly measure these gases using a new tool designed by the Czimczik researchers, and their findings contradict current thinking that the Arctic soil microbes take a break during colder months and generate fewer greenhouse gases than in summer and spring.  Read the article

Wednesday, March 30, 2022