Permafrost: Combustion of Methane Gas Bubbles

2010: In an explosive clip from the BBC’s landmark series, […]

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May 2, 2013

2010: In an explosive clip from the BBC’s landmark series, scientists drill into a frozen lake to ignite methane gas that is trapped in bubbles beneath the surface. Do greenhouse gases pose a significant threat to our planet? Dr Iain Stewart assesses the dangers.

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