Seismic Signs Of Escaping Methane Under The Sea

Seismic Signs Of Escaping Methane Under The Sea

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Ft. Fisher, NC. Photo source: ©© JT Taylor

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Somewhere off the eastern coast of North Carolina, a frozen mixture of water and methane gas tucked in seabed sediments is starting to break down. Researchers blame a shifting Gulf Stream — the swift Atlantic Ocean current that flows north from the Gulf of Mexico — which is now delivering warmer waters to areas that had previously only experienced colder temperatures…

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