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Microbial methane (CH<sub>4</sub>) ebullition (bubbling) from anoxic lake sediments comprises a globally significant flux to the atmosphere, but ebullition bubbles in temperate and polar lakes can be trapped by winter ice cover and later released during spring thaw. This "ice-bubble storage" (IBS) constitutes a novel mode of CH<sub>4</sub> emission. Before bubbles are encapsulated by downward-growing ice, some of their CH<sub>4</sub> dissolves into the lake water, where it may be subject todoi:10.5194/bgd-11-10863-2014 fatcat:7uvdeqz3qbespa6oywpmnwxf4q