Back to 14,000? Scientists plan "resurrection" mammoth melting against frozen soil layer
"China Economic Weekly" reporter Zhou Ruifeng compiled global warming, which has caused the permanent frozen soil of the Arctic to melt, and the greenhouse gas released by the climate constitutes a huge threat. The United Nations Intergovernmental Change Special Committee (IPCC) released a warning in a study in 2019, to 2100, the disappearance of Arctic permanent frozen soil or will release up to 240 billion tons of methane and carbon dioxide to the atmosphere.
Russia’s permanent frozen soil covers two-thirds of the land area.
Two scientists of the country said that in the frozen soil, the premievous animals, which may be premievable, and may be a solution to this problem. Nikita 上海洗浴桑拿会所 Mimov and his geophysian father Sergey Jimov plans to restore the Arctic ecosystem to the previous year in Siberian update park project. They also cooperate with an anti-trade union of the United States to work hard to resurrect.
The head of the project said: We are committed to restoring the pasture ecosystem in the Arctic region, let it restore the prehistoric human arrival. This ecosystem is called a mammoth, and dozens of large herbivores live every square kilometer.
The theory of the father and son of the mouse is that large animals will construct the ice and snow in winter activities, slow down the permanent frozen soil; protect the soil, which is beneficial to grow in the summer. In addition, the grass can reflect the sun to help reduce the temperature and give her herbivore.
Niki Tower 青浦凤溪镇50一枪 said that Russia will take 20 million animals to restore its five-fifths of the territory ecosystem. He said: This will help absorb about 20% of greenhouse gases in human emissions, and this is currently four times the current Russian emissions.
At present, they are using 150 animals, including camels, horses, deers and buffaloes. These animals are stocked at 140 hectares of land in Jakita, Russia.
Niki Tagua said that Jakita is the Arctic Jurassic Park.
Colossal claims that the arrival of mammoths will only be a time problem.
The company’s CEO Ram said that Colossal scientists have visited the updated park and conduct people in the United States, which will also produce hundreds of long gross icons. The company uses genetic editing techniques to insert mammoth DNA into the genome of 上海私人品茶 Asian icons. Ram said that the long-term goal is to produce a large number of large-scale fierceness to achieve the wildization of Siberian frozen tape.
Nikita said that although the idea of ??resurrection is cool, it is very hot, but the project can also utilize existing animals. He said that Russia’s largest diamond mining organs Alrosapjsc recently agreed to sponate an explorer to bring musk and other animals to the park. In the 1990s, Sergei Jimov was the first report of the report, warnings the melting of permanent frozen soil to threaten the climate. He was a founder and person in charge of the Northeast University of Jakit. After the Soviet Union, he sold his apartment to maintain the operation of the Codeo Station and renamed it in 1996 as an update park. To date, the theory of the father and son of Jimov has not been confirmed. George Washington University Professor Dmitry Steletzki said that although animal stepping snow may help slow the degradation of permanent frozen soil, the vegetation problem is a bit tricky. Tend Shur, professor of University University, said, although animals are beneficial in winter activities, they are chaos soil in the summer, but will destroy the frozen soil.
The latest studies have shown that the extinction of the mammoth cannot be smoothly warmed to warm the climate, and human activities have an important impact on the extinction of the fierce. The mammoth distribution characteristics found in the fossil and ancient DNA show that the time in the Arctic survival may be longer than before, and they live in a small habitat that is suitable for climate conditions and low population density.
But in some areas, human activities have made mammoth extinction for 4,000 years. Jeremy Austin, a professor of Adelaide, said their research has also confirmed the recently published DNA evidence, indicating that the fierce is also wandering in Siberia 5,000 years ago.
This also refutes a popular theory, that is, climate change has caused sharp reduction in the number of mammoths, and human impact is minimal. Compile from Bloomberg, ScienceDaily Editor: Guo Yao.