Thawing permafrost is full of ice-forming particles that could get into atmosphere

Outlet: The Telegraph

The Telegraph: Jessie Creamean, Colorado State University and Thomas Hill, Colorado State University. Permafrost – frozen soil in the far north – is thawing, releasing greenhouse gases and long-lost microbes. But one thing that scientists have not studied extensively is whether permafrost contains certain kinds of particles that could affect clouds and weather.