Methane Bubbles in Ice II – Winter/Fall 2019

Lakes all over the world generate large amounts of methane as organic material decays in their sediments. In the arctic, much of the organic material is trapped in frozen sediments. Over time these frozen sediments have built up into huge natural stores as permafrost that underlays the terrain of most northern biomes. These long term … Continue reading Methane Bubbles in Ice II – Winter/Fall 2019