What happened to the methane released from the gulf oil spill?



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    According to researchers from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Texas A&M, the methane levels from the oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico have returned to near normal levels. Scientists believe that algae blooms are the reason that the excess methane gas has disappeared. More than 200,000 metric tons of methane was dissolved by the algae, which is Mother Nature’s way of cleaning up after the spill.

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