Since scientists confirmed Titan's oceans are made of liquid methane, they've longed to set sail and discover a new alien ocean.
A new expedition into Antarctica will investigate how much methane is bubbling from the ocean floor, and whether it will have a significant impact on global climate.
Taking into account the gas leaked during the BP disaster in the Gulf of Mexico last year indicates the spill was 33 percent larger than estimated.
The bacteria-loaded waste products of beer manufacturing have much to offer.
The new term "hydrothermal seep" describes extreme temperatures colliding at frigid depths.
While reducing fossil fuel use lags behind, maybe trimming the fat might help.
A 70-year-old highway linking Alaska and Canada is showing signs of a problem with potentially global consequences.
Humans before the Industrial Revolution might not be to blame for early methane rise then -- cows are catching a second wind.
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