Learn More
A biological system is often more efficient when it takes advantage of the regularities in its environment. Like other terrestrial creatures, our spatial sense relies on the regularities associated with the ground surface. A simple, but important, ecological fact is that the field of view of the ground surface extends upwards from near (feet) to infinity(More)
Natural gas hydrates are cage-like crystalline compounds in which a large amount of methane is trapped within a crystal structure of water, forming solids at low temperature and high pressure. Natural gas hydrates are widely distributed in permafrost regions and offshore. It is estimated that the worldwide amounts of methane bound in gas hydrates are total(More)
  • 1