Methane rising to the surface of lakes

Methane bubbles trapped in ice: Here is why this phenomenon observed in the world's coldest regions is both stunning and worrisome.

04/16/2019 6:21 AM
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  • Jack W.
    05/14/2019 19:05

    I can’t believe these comments. Methane also warms the planet. This may be the straw that breaks the camels back. It’s no joke.

  • Joulieta I.
    05/08/2019 13:52

    About trapping and using the methane?? After all that is in the cold regions ??

  • Steve B.
    05/03/2019 13:37

    Easily harvested

  • Eda J.
    04/27/2019 22:16

    Salgo corriendocon lospollitos d casapara el apetito

  • Lourdes Z.
    04/26/2019 05:37

    Wow umm!!! Many jellyfish ! The nature is very beautiful views

  • Jane I.
    04/25/2019 14:34

    This is scary stuff

  • Jacob J.
    04/25/2019 05:15

    There are methanogens bacteria that generate methane in the deep sediments of deep lakes lakes like baickal when the lake freezes somemethane is released And others are trapped

  • Aloisius R.
    04/23/2019 08:47

    Is it safe?

  • Sofía G.
    04/21/2019 03:11

    No solo pasa con los Pingos

  • Ramesh S.
    04/19/2019 15:50


  • Nasir N.
    04/19/2019 14:25

    Nature is farting on human and releasing methane to restart another kind of life.

  • Chaya S.
    04/19/2019 02:34

    And when the ice melts, the methane is released anyway

  • Katrin S.
    04/16/2019 14:55

    If you give a shit aboute climate change, then Nature farts back.

  • Tom H.
    04/16/2019 14:51

    Heres an intresting phenomenon. Methane ( i think its hydrates (don't quote me on it) occur at depthe near or around 100-200 feet- or maybe fathoms- long long stretch between the two i know. Its been awhile since i've seen anything on them. Where methane solidifies into a mud like clay when apon exsposure to oxygen ignites. Flammable mud. You see it in and around the bermuda triangle. Draggers have dredged up mud that catches on fire.

  • Robert F.
    04/16/2019 11:33

    Central Alberta we have a lake like this. It's been like this for as long as I can remember, I'm 60. I doubt Climate change has anything to do with it.

  • عائشة س.
    04/16/2019 11:12

    😓 يالله

  • Donna S.
    04/16/2019 09:13


  • Katie L.
    04/16/2019 07:33

    so pretty!

  • Bronwen O.
    04/16/2019 06:57

    ... it’s iced farts!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣