Rising sea levels could lead to more methane emitted from wetlands

As sea levels rise due to global warming, ecosystems are being altered. One small silver lining, scientists have believed, is that the tidal wetlands found in estuaries might produce less methane—a potent greenhouse gas—as the increasing influx of seawater makes these habitats less hospitable to methane-producing microbes.

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