What lies underneath the Arctic ice: Methane pockets

02/23/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Arctic methane deposits that accumulate as carbon released by melted permafrost pools will pose a significant threat to global climate, scientists have discovered. The rise of global warming has led to sea ice and permafrost melting, which in turn releases methane, which can escalate global warming even more dramatically.

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