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Does methane at the bottom of the ocean add to climate change?

Climate scientists have long been concerned that reservoirs of methane deep below the sea might 'melt' due to climate change and release the gas into the atmosphere. Image: Unsplash/Joseph Barrientos

Lindsey Valich

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