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Effect of permafrost thawing on trace element and carbon mobilisation

The Lena River (Siberia) is one of the largest global rivers draining into the Arctic Ocean. The Lena River and tributaries drain a range in lithology and topography, and the large watersheds are located in a region of continuous permafrost (ground that is permanently frozen year-round) ranging from 50 to 1500 m in thickness. 348 more words

Arctic Rivers

The Dyatlov Pass incident

The infamous Dyatlov Pass incident is one of histories greatest and frankly strangest unsolved mysteries. The circumstances surrounding the gruesome slaughter of 9 hikers has baffled the world for decades and the puzzle shows no signs of being solved any time soon. 927 more words


The adventure begins: Russia 2015

If you don’t already know, my spring vacation is a jaunt to Paris, Moscow and Novoibirsk in Siberia. It came about, in part, because I follow PizzasInIzza on Instagram. 213 more words


From Zurich to Singapore

The book I read to research this post was Butterflies And Flat Tires: From Zurich To Singapore Via Siberia by Lorraine Spence which is an excellent book that I read at kindle unlimited. 237 more words