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Scientists in Russia have discovered a strange “boiling” of the sea, and the waters of the Eastern Arctic.
“An unusually potent methane emissions has been spotted in the East Siberian Sea, according to a translation of a statement released by the Russian federation Tomsk Polytechnic University.
Experts in the field of the research vessel Akademik M. Keldysh and saw an unusual bubbling in the north sea.
“On the right-hand side of the Keldysh, and they looked for a place of it’s people of color, against the background of dark water,’ said Tomsk Polytechnic Spokesman, Sergei Nikiforov, who is on board the vessel, in a statement. “Approach, the scientists were able to observe how the gas is rising up from the black depths of the sea to the surface with thousands and thousands of bubble structures.”
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The bubbling gas fountain covers an area of about four-to-five-square-metre (43 to 54 square meters), and scientists have been able to create in the water “boiling” with methane bubbles, with the help of buckets.
Bubbles in the ice of Lake Baikal – a file picture.
Tomsk Polytechnic University as a Professor and the Expedition’s leader, Igor Semiletov said it was the most powerful of all the methane emissions of the kind that he has seen. The fountain has a methane concentration in the air, which is nine times higher than the average for the readings, as he said in the statement.
“No one has ever recorded this!” Semiletov have been added.
The scientists spent three days in the study of the “cooking” of the sea, according to Nikiforov, who noted that the mission is in progress. Researchers are also studying the Arctic Laptev Sea-the expedition, he said.
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The organizations involved in the project are the Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow State University, in Sweden, the Stockholm University, the First Institute of Oceanography of the State Maritime Administration of China.
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The researchers are keeping an eye on the Siberian cat and the emissions of greenhouse gases. The Gas is locked up in Siberia’s frozen soil and under its lakes has been seeping out since the end of the last ice age, 10,000 years ago.
The New york times reported in 2010 that, over the past few decades, the Earth has warmed, the icy ground has begun thawing more quickly, resulting in the release of methane, a greenhouse gas that is 23 times more potent than carbon dioxide — at a dangerous rate.
The Associated Press contributed to this article. Follow James Rogers on Twitter @jamesjrogers