Surge in Global Methane Emissions Traced Back to East African Wetland

https://e360.yale.edu/digest/surge-in-global-methane-emissions-traced-back-to-east-african-wetland

Scientists believe they have found one of the key drivers behind a spike in global methane emissions in recent years. Satellite data captured a large influx of water entering the Sudd wetland in South Sudan, fueling plant growth and soil microbial activity and producing extra methane, BBC News reported.

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Original Title: Surge in Global Methane Emissions Traced Back to East African Wetland
Full Text of the Original Article: https://e360.yale.edu/digest/surge-in-global-methane-emissions-traced-back-to-east-african-wetland