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Sovremennye problemy distantsionnogo zondirovaniya Zemli iz kosmosa


Sovremennye problemy distantsionnogo zondirovaniya Zemli iz kosmosa, 2011, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 344-351

Reaction of atmosphere to issue of methane from the Earth

P.V. Ljushvin 
Company LIKO, Moscow, Pavel Andreeva's street, 28
At methane burning the weight of heat is allocated. The nature has also other, sparing biothat, a way of reception of heat through bacterial oxidation. In silt bogs bacterial oxidation of methane causes daily heating of environment ≥3°С a day that promotes the raised evaporation. Bubbles of marsh gas deliver in atmosphere weight of the smallest evaporating splashes and suspensions - a basis of kernels of condensation. In places where meadow bogs are surrounded by reservoirs or wood bogs, mixture of damp warm meadow and damp cool vodno-wood air leads to condensation of an atmospheric moisture and showers. As a whole similar conditions for formation of clouds develop and over shelf deposits of hydrocarbons thanks to contrasts of superficial water temperatures and mass bubble issues of methane of a bottom. The person can not only intensify methane processes, but also simulate them, starting up steam from thermal power station in the nearest reservoirs.
Keywords: methane, oxidation, bogs, reservoirs, suspension, water steam, clouds
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