Where does methane, from human intervention, come from?



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    If you mean how does the human body generate methane, it is a product of metabolism and digestion of food. If you mean something else, feel free to clarify.

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    In terms of anthropogenic sources, methane is commonly produced as a byproduct in the production of fossil fuels. “In the United States, the largest methane emissions come from the decomposition of wastes in landfills, ruminant digestion and manure management associated with domestic livestock, natural gas and oil systems, and coal mining.” External and environmental factors – such as temperature and moisture – contribute to methane emissions due to the impact on the digestive process of animals.

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