New ‘Massive Lake’ Threatening Climate Change Debate?

Design and Trend: Researchers at the University of Utah said that lake, known as "perennial firn aquifer," remains liquid year-round despite the otherwise frozen landscape around it, according to "Large amounts of snow fall on the surface late in the summer and quickly insulates the water from the subfreezing air temperatures above, allowing the water to persist all year long," said Rick Forster, lead author and professor of geography at the University of Utah. The 43,500 body of water......

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