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Degradation of submarine permafrost can lead to accidents during oil extraction, scientists believe

The degradation of the submarine permafrost beneath the seas of the Eastern Arctic can lead to serious industrial accidents during the exploration and extraction of mineral resources in the Arctic shelf. These conclusions were made by Russian scientists who are studying greenhouse gas emissions in the course of the scientific expedition to the Arctic, the press service of the Ministry of Science and Higher Education of Russia informed.
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«The scientists suggest that with the progressive degradation of submarine permafrost, methane emissions from the seas of the Eastern Arctic may have a significant impact on the climate system of the entire planet,» the message said.

«Regarding the preliminary results already obtained on this expedition, we can say with confidence that most of the studied seeps (a seep is a fountain of floating up methane bubbles) have significantly increased in size compared with results of the last observations made by the expeditions of 2014 and 2016.

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