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Melting Permafrost May Help Explain Why Many Denali National Park Wetlands Are Drying Up

by Bob Janiskee – National Parks Traveler – Posted October 11, 2009
Scientists working in Denali National Park suspect that permafrost melting might be an important reason why many of Alaska’s shallow lakes and wetlands have shrunk or disappeared.

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