The Carbon Threat
The Batagaika crater, near the Siberian town of Batagay, Russia, formed by melting permafrost, first appeared in the 1960s and is now nearly a kilometre long and 86 meters deep. It is growing at a rate of between 10 and 30 meters a year.


8 August 2018

Katie Orlinsky

Print Size: 900x600 mm
Frame Size: 1170x870 mm
Paper Type: Hahnemühle Photo Rag® Ultra Smooth 305gsm
Frame Colour: Black
Exhibit: POS LB 214 12

 

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The Carbon Threat
Environment, Stories, 3rd Prize

The Batagaika crater, near the Siberian town of Batagay, Russia, formed by melting permafrost, first appeared in the 1960s and is now nearly a kilometre long and 86 meters deep. It is growing at a rate of between 10 and 30 meters a year.


8 August 2018


Photographer:
Katie Orlinsky


Print Size: 900x600 mm

Frame Size: 1170x870 mm

Exhibit: POS LB 214 12

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