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7 recommended articles and videos in the "Arctic and Ocean Methane" category.
1.  Scientists Probe Newly Discovered Methane Emissions from Glaciers  

Greenland's massive ice sheets are melting. Inquiring scientists want to know: How much methane comes ​from these retreating glaciers?

2.  Scientists probe newly discovered methane emissions  

2022-10-27

Yale Universities Climate Connections
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Scientists ask 'How much is too much?' in new methane research. The post Scientists probe newly discovered methane emissions appeared first on Yale Climate Connections.

3.  Massive Methane Hydrate Destabilization in the Past with Profound Implications for Today’s Climate  

2022-10-23

Paul Beckwith, Climate Systems Scientist
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Oct 22, 2022 In the last video from October 21st, (‘AMOC Slowdown causing Rapid Warming of Subsurface North Atlantic causing Rapid Loss of Greenland Ice‘) I chatted about how huge subsea warming occurred at 150 meters depth in the North … Continue reading →

4.  It’s Happened Before: Paleoclimate Study Shows Warming Oceans Could Lead to a Spike in Seabed Methane Emissions - Inside Climate News  

2022-09-02

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The slowdown of a key ocean current could release methane that is frozen in layers of organic seabed sediments along some of the world’s coastlines, a new study shows. Cold temperatures and high pressure on sea floors currently sequester about one-sixth of the world’s methane, a potent but short-lived greenhouse gas, in an ice-like form […]

5.  It’s Happened Before: Paleoclimate Study Shows Warming Oceans Could Lead to a Spike in Seabed Methane Emissions  

2022-08-22

Inside Climate News
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25. It’s Happened Before: Paleoclimate Study Shows Warming Oceans Could Lead to a Spike in Seabed Methane Emissions

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6.  Scientists Find Craters—Including One Bigger Than a City Block—in Arctic Seafloor  

2022-03-16

Common Dreams - Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
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“We know that big changes are happening across the Arctic landscape,” said the lead researcher, “but this is the first time we've been able to deploy technology to see that changes are happening offshore too.“

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