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Scientists fear another methane catastrophe

Friday 24 Apr 09 9:45am

A major spike in the powerful greenhouse gas methane nearly 12,000 years ago wasn't the result of a catastrophic release of seafloor gas hydrates, scientists say.

Climate scientists had feared that global warming could trigger another massive release of methane into the atmosphere, compounding the impacts of climate change.

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