Methane research in the Antarctic

The German research vessel ‘Polarstern’ in the Cumberland Bay, South Georgia Photo: Thomas Ronge, Alfred-Wegener-Institut

An international team of scientists have discovered more than 130 seeps of methane leaking through the Antarctic seabed – the first evidence that these leaks are present in the Southern Ocean.

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