Published on Oct 28, 2012 by R3zn8D
LA Sinkhole Fires verification October 28, 2012 using ClimateViewer 3D and Gulf Methane Releases
Climate-changing methane ‘rapidly destabilizing’ off East Coast, study finds
A changing Gulf Stream off the East Coast has destabilized frozen methane deposits trapped under nearly 4,000 square miles of seafloor, scientists reported Wednesday. And since methane is even more potent than carbon dioxide as a global warming gas, the researchers said, any large-scale release could have significant climate impacts.
“It is unlikely that the western North Atlantic margin is the only area experiencing changing ocean currents,” they noted. “Our estimate … may therefore represent only a fraction of the methane hydrate currently destabilizing globally.”
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