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Permafrost Melt Effects in East Russia 

Permafrost Melt Effects in East Russia 

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06/15/2009 
A Greenpeace team travels in East Russia to document the damage caused by the subsiding Russia's ancient permafrost, one of the heavy threats of global warming in the region, as temperatures continue to increase.
In several Russian cities houses and infrastructures are subsiding due to thawing permafrost, in some cases the phenomenon is so severe that the residents have been forced to relocate. In the city of Yakutsk the roads look as if the ground beneath them is bubbling and some railways are impassable. 
Permafrost Melt Damage in East Russia
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Permafrost Ice Crystals in East Russia
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House on Permafrost in East Russia
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Area of Permafrost Subsidence in East Russia
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Pipeline Construction Site in East Russia
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Polluted River in East Russia
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Permafrost Subsidence in East Russia
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Permafrost Subsidence in East Russia
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Thermokarst Lake in East Russia
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Subsiding Railways in East Russia
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Subsiding Railways in East Russia
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Children in East Russia
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Girl in East Russia
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