"Beneath Alaskan Wildfires, A Hidden Threat: Long-Frozen Carbon's Thaw"

"The Fish Creek Fire in Interior Alaska isn't much to look at. It's about 7,500 acres in size, sitting about an hour south of Fairbanks near the twisty Tanana River. The main fire front — the made-for-TV part, with torching trees and pulses of orange heat — flamed out more than a week ago, leaving behind a quiet charred landscape."

Source: NPR, 07/27/2015


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