Wednesday, December 11, 2013


Bacteria hitchhike on methane bubbles, keep greenhouses gas in check
SAN FRANCISCO — Seafloor-dwelling bacteria may hitch a ride on methane bubbles seeping from deep-sea vents, preventing the methane from reaching the atmosphere by eating it up, new research suggests.
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