- Methane Seeping From Arctic Seabed is Not a Big Deal
- “We were able to detect high concentrations of hydrogen sulphide, which is an indication of methane consuming microbes in the seabed, and, with the help of JAGO, discovered typical biocoenoses that we recognized from other, older methane outlets” ...
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