The British Columbia coast has one of the largest deposits of methane locked in sea ice in the world. This represents a grave danger to all life from California to Alaska as well as the interior regions should a catastrophic earth quake occur along the tectonic fault lines off Vancouver Island. Sea ice would become dislodged and reach the surface and evaporate and suffocate nearly all life instantly.
A similar event involving CO2 took place in northwest Camaroon in Africa on August 21, 1986. A lake called Nyos suddenly released vast quantities of CO2 in the night killing 1746 by asphyxiation in a matter of minutes. The origin of the CO2 came from the bottom of the lake. It may have been brought to the surface by a landslide or a minor volcanic eruption. Whatever the cause, the result was catastrophic. In addition to the people killed much of the life stock was killed as well. Both methane and CO2 are gases that are heavier than air and would accumulate near the bottom of the atmosphere making escape impossible.
These two examples serve to show the danger lurking at the bottom of oceans, lakes and in the tundra permafrost. We can mitigate the eventual quantity of methane escaping into the atmosphere by using methane as fuel which would reduce the amount of CO2 entering the air. For this we will need sufficient amounts of funding.
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