“Прекрасные долгие споры” между американским ученым и российским исследователем помогли прояснить несколько фундаментальных предположений о таянии вечной мерзлоты.
Limited monitoring of methane emissions from tropical wetlands could be obscuring these environments’ role in climate change.
A Bayesian, optimal estimation evaluation of state-of-the-art methane inventory with satellite-based emissions from 2009 to 2018 finds substantial differences for livestock, rice, and coal emissions.
Laboratory experiments suggest that underwater gas eruptions—due to the venting of gas hydrates, for example—could trigger the formation of layers of suspended sediment in the ocean.
Plumes on Saturn’s moon Enceladus are dumping methane into space—fast. Something must be resupplying the organic compound.
Wildfires that wreaked havoc on California in 2020 filled the atmosphere with a potent greenhouse gas.
A global collaboration inventoried greenhouse gas emissions from rivers, lakes, and streams.
A visit to an Alaskan wetland with some of the world’s highest lake marsh methane emissions brings scientists one step closer to understanding the phenomenon.
Ponds play an outsized role in carbon emissions, but their size makes them hard to track. Enter machine learning.