October 5, 2006
Methane bubbles trapped in lake ice during the first few days of ice formation on a Siberian thermokarst lake
Credit: Courtesy of Jeff Chanton, FSU Oceanography Department
Just before spring ice break-up there must be a large volume of methane under the lake ice. Or can methane permeate through frozen water?
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