Thawing permafrost releases previous greenhouse fuel

The thawing permafrost soils within the Arctic areas may contribute to the greenhouse impact in two respects: on the one hand rising temperatures result in larger microbial methane manufacturing near the floor. However thawing subsurface opens more and more pathways for previous, geologic methane.
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