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Yes, methane, a greenhouse gas 21 times more dangerous than carbon dioxide is generated whenever there is anaerobic decomposition (ie, without air) of organic material.

See the link below for a very quick video (13 secs) of about 10 grams of methane being burnt off a lake. Then multiply the 10 grams by just about any number of frozen lakes and tundra you can think of.

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Yes, methane can be released from the bottom of frozen lakes as a result of microbial activity breaking down organic matter in the sediment. The release of methane from these frozen lakes can contribute to atmospheric greenhouse gas concentrations and global warming.

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