Wonderful paper lead by Tomy Doda about cross-shore transport of methane and oxygen in lakes, in Science Advances.

At night or during cold winter days, lake water cools faster near the shore than in the middle of the lake. This creates a current that connects the shallow shore region with the deeper part of the lake. An international team led by Eawag researchers, and with whom we were thrilled to collaborate, were able to show for the first time that this horizontal circulation transports gases such as oxygen and methane.