Condamine River’s mysterious bubbling ‘intensifying’
Exclusive by the National Reporting Team’s Mark Willacy
Updated February 15, 2016 15:04:34
Bubbling in Queensland’s Condamine River
Photo: Scientists are trying to identify the cause of methane gas bubbling in the Condamine River. (ABC News: Scott Kyle)
Landholders in Queensland are calling on the State Government to find the cause of methane gas bubbling in a major river, which they say has intensified in recent months.
The so-called methane seeps in the Condamine River near Chinchilla were reported in 2012, triggering a series of investigations.
But the Government has told the ABC that it does not have sufficient information to identify the cause of the seeps.
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