Rethinking methane emissions

Posted: November 20, 2017

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Professor Gil Bohrer
New research conducted by a team at The Ohio State University suggests that scientists may have underestimated how much methane is being relaeased in the Earth's atmosphere. Professor of Environmental Engineering, Gil Bohrer, former doctoral student Timothy Morin and current doctoral student Camilo Rey-Sanchez are co-authors on a new paper that describes the discovery of Candidatus Methanothrix paradoxum, a microbe that thrives in an oxygen-rich environment. Read more about this research HERE.