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Oct 16, 2015 07:00 AM ET // Patrick J. Kiger
Liberated ancient deposits of the potent greenhouse gas are another sign of climate change. →
May 18, 2015 12:00 PM ET // Becky Oskin, LiveScience
Timeworn Antarctica ice suggests a strong link between carbon dioxide levels and glacial cycles for the past million years.
May 13, 2015 11:40 AM ET
There are 80,000 dams in the United States, but only 3 percent of them create hydroelectric power. Why do we build dams and how do they affect the environment?
Apr 13, 2015 01:45 PM ET // Patrick J. Kiger
The Four Corners region of the southwestern U.S. produces more methane than any other part of the nation, and scientists want to find out why.
Mar 31, 2015 04:24 PM ET // Patrick J. Kiger
A virus that inhabits the deep ocean infects methane-eating microorganisms. Continue reading →
Jan 23, 2015 02:00 PM ET // Bobby Magill, Climate Central
In Boston, methane emissions from aging pipes and other sources may be more than double official state estimates for the city, according to a Harvard University study.
Oct 29, 2014 02:30 PM ET // Bobby Magill, Climate Central
What if reservoirs that store water and produce electricity were among some of the world's largest contributors of greenhouse gasses?
Oct 27, 2014 02:00 PM ET // Becky Oskin, LiveScience
Telltale signs of life have been discovered in rocks that were once 12 miles (20 kilometers) below the surface — some of the deepest chemical evidence for life ever found.
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