http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperDownload.aspx?paperid=8090 ABSTRACT We investigate changes in total water equivalent mass, land-surface temperature and atmospheric CO2 by satellite-based measurements from Au-gust 2002 through December 2008. Our region of interest spans 75° to 165°E and 50° to 80°N centered on the Lena River watershed as a phy- sical reference frame. We find energy and mass changes on the continuous and discontinuous permafrost zones indicating: 1) Arctic uplands such as the Siberian Plateau show strongly posi- tive water equivalent mass and strongly nega-tive land-surface temperature gradients during May months. 2) Arctic lowlands such as the thaw-lake regions of Kolyma, Lena Delta, and Taymyr show strongly negative water equivalent mass and strongly positive land-surface tem-perature gradients during September months. 3) Areas with strongly positive water equivalent mass and negative land-surface temperature gradients during May months have weakly posi-tive CO2 gradients 4) Areas with strongly nega-tive water equivalent mass and strongly positive land-surface temperature gradients during Sep- tember months have strongly positive CO2 gra-dients. This indicates that continuous and dis-continuous permafrost ecosystem responses are correlated in phase with energy and mass changes over the period. The Laptev and East Siberia Sea have increasing trends of CO2 at-mosphere concentration 2.23 ± 0.15 ppm/yr and 2.40 ± 0.21 ppm/yr, respectively. Increasing trends and strong positive gradients of CO2 atmosphere concentration during Aprils-Mays are evidence that the Arctic Ocean is a strong emitter of CO2 during springtime lead formation. We hypnotize that the increasing CO2 from land and ocean regions is from permafrost thawing and degra-dation and ecosystem microbial activity. Observations from real scientists, not computer models or the rants of undegreed charlatans. The entire text is available at the site.