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Landsat trends represent climate change - New publication in Scientific Reports

The GlobPermafrost 'Hot spots' product which represents long-term trends from Landsat has been investigated on the Alaskan Arctic Coastal Plain. Browning was linked to increased temperature and precipitation, with the exception of young landforms, which will likely continue to green.

Mark J. Lara, Ingmar Nitze, Guido Grosse, Philip Martin & A. David McGuire: Reduced arctic tundra productivity linked with land form and climate change interactions. Scientific Reports, volume 8, Article number: 2345 (2018)

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