Acid is dribbling out of the melting permafrost in the Arctic

 作者:宿迨     |      日期:2019-04-04 06:11:06
National Geographic Creative/Alamy Stock Photo By Michael Marshall Some patches of Arctic permafrost are bleeding acid as they melt. The dribble of acid is destroying rocks and releasing more carbon dioxide into the air – but it’s not clear how much. Permafrost is soil and sand that is permanently frozen. Climatologists have warned for years that Arctic permafrost is thawing due to climate change. This will transform the landscape,