The Carbon Threat #4
Wild horses roam in the Pleistocene Park located along the Kolyma River, near Chersky, Siberia. The Pleistocene Park is a nature reserve, research station and large-scale scientific experiment established by geophysicist Sergey Zimov and his son Nikita. They believe that by recreating the ecosystem of the Pleistocene era, which was dominated by grasslands and large mammals, they can slow down permafrost thaw.

Katie Orlinsky

Exhibit: POS WP 215 47

 

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The Carbon Threat #4
Environment, Stories, 3rd Prize

Wild horses roam in the Pleistocene Park located along the Kolyma River, near Chersky, Siberia. The Pleistocene Park is a nature reserve, research station and large-scale scientific experiment established by geophysicist Sergey Zimov and his son Nikita. They believe that by recreating the ecosystem of the Pleistocene era, which was dominated by grasslands and large mammals, they can slow down permafrost thaw.

Photographer:
Katie Orlinsky



Exhibit: POS WP 215 47

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