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-'''[[Alpine permafrost]]''' (most '''[[permafrost]]''' is located in high latitudes (i.e. land in close proximity to the North and South poles)) may exist at high '''[[altitudes]]''' in much lower '''[[latitudes]]'''.+'''[[Alpine permafrost]]''' (most '''[[permafrost]]''' is located in high latitudes (i.e. land in close proximity to the North and South poles) may exist at high '''[[altitudes]]''' in much lower '''[[latitudes]]'''.
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Alpine permafrost (most permafrost is located in high latitudes (i.e. land in close proximity to the North and South poles) may exist at high altitudes in much lower latitudes.

Alpine permafrost (most permafrost is located in high latitudes (i.e. land in close proximity to the North and South poles)) may exist at high altitudes in much lower latitudes.
Alpine permafrost (most permafrost is located in high latitudes (i.e. land in close proximity to the North and South poles)) may exist at high altitudes in much lower latitudes.
Permafrost or permafrost soil is soil at or below the freezing point of water (0 °C or 32 °F) for two or more years.
Permafrost or permafrost soil is soil at or below the freezing point of water (0 °C or 32 °F) for two or more years.


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Reference

  • See Wikipedia Permafrost [1]

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