Earth Systems Research Center

Measuring Methane in Streams

Measuring Methane in Streams

Different aquatic bodies play different roles in the release of methane gas. Wetlands, lakes, and reservoirs all play large roles in releasing methane directly into the atmosphere. Rivers and streams, however, were historically seen as pipelines for simply moving material between bodies of water.... Read More

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