Professor Kam Tang’s recent study in Germany has featured in an article in Environmental Monitor as part of his research into lake methane emissions.
Of all the heat-trapping gases in the Earth’s atmosphere, none has drawn the attention of the public and policy makers like carbon dioxide. But new research enabled by advanced greenhouse gas detectors suggests that the scientific community should keep a closer eye on methane released from a seemingly unlikely source, clean oligotrophic lakes. Read the article here.
Professor Tang's paper which the article is based on is Enhancing Surface Methane Fluxes from an Oligotrophic Lake : Exploring the Microbubble Hypothesis
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