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Half of global methane emissions come from aquatic ecosystems – much of this is human-made

By Judith Rosentreter, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Yale University
Alberto Borges, Research Director FRS-FNRS, Associate Professor at ULiège, Université de Liège
Ben Poulter, Research scientist, NASA
Bradley Eyre, Professor of Biogeochemistry, Director of the Centre for Coastal Biogeochemistry, Southern Cross University
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Scientists previously underestimated aquatic methane emissions. We must use this new information to stop methane derailing our attempts to stabilise the Earth’s temperature.

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