Wednesday, 6 February 2019

Methane and earthquaje report - 02/05/2019

A comment from my blog ...

Comparing the data sets from CAMS, Climate Reanalyser and the US Navy site, it looks that the methane plumes from the shallow seabed can penetrate up to 1.25m of ice thickness. Which sounds illogical, so we can extrapolate that suggest that ice thickness measurements of under 1.5m are in fact not continuous ice, but an average where there are lots of shallow spots. Either way, it doesn't bode well for the summer ice, when the refreezing ice the summer ice depends on is only this thin, and leaking methane.”

I concur

Methane & EQ Report & Climate News with Margo (Feb. 5, 2019)

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