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    • Constraints on oceanic methane emissions west of Svalbard from atmospheric in situ measurements and Lagrangian transport modeling 

      Pisso, I; Myhre, CL; Platt, SM; Eckhardt, S; Hermansen, O; Schmidbauer, N; Mienert, J et al. (AGU Publications, 2016-12-16)
      Methane stored in seabed reservoirs such as methane hydrates can reach the atmosphere in the form of bubbles or dissolved in water. Hydrates could destabilize with rising temperature further increasing greenhouse gas ...
    • Extensive release of methane from Arctic seabed west of Svalbard during summer 2014 does not influence the atmosphere 

      Lund, Myhre C; Ferré, B; Platt, SM; Silyakova, A; Hermansen, O; Allen, G; Pisso, I et al. (Wiley, 2016-04-19)
      We find that summer methane (CH_4) release from seabed sediments west of Svalbard substantially increases CH_4 concentrations in the ocean, but has limited influence on the atmospheric CH_4 levels. Our conclusion stems ...