Massive 12,000-Year-Old Methane Blowout Craters In Arctic Ocean Still Venting Methane, Research Finds

By James Ayre Enormous methane expulsions from the Arctic Ocean’s seafloor some 12,000 years ago created hundreds of kilometers-wide craters in the region — which are apparently still to this day leaking large amounts of methane — according to new research published in the journal Science
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