The world's rivers and streams pump about 10 times more methane into our atmosphere than scientists estimated in previous studies, new research shows. Like carbon dioxide, methane is a greenhouse gas that traps heat at Earth's surface. It is less prevalent than carbon dioxide in the atmosphere but also more potent: A molecule of methane results in more warming than a molecule of carbon dioxide.
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