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Limnic Eruptions

Dangerous Carbon Dioxide Clouds

Published in The EarthSphere Blog

Bubbling Gases from Below (by WM House & CF Lovelace; ArcheanArt)

A story about strange whitish gas clouds rising from the sea and suffocating villages and towns on the shore might be found in the science fiction section of Barnes and Noble. Sadly, it is also found in the news, and it is reality, not science fiction. There is even a scientific term describing such an event; a limnic




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William House

Exploring relationships between people and our planet — Stories and articles promoting science, art, environmental awareness, and human insights.

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