Seagrasses as carbon sinkLast Updated on 2012-05-22 at 11:25
Research finds that the global carbon pool in seagrass beds is as much as 19.9 billion metric tons. They are vital to understanding climate change—they can store up to... More »
Methods for Capturing Carbon DioxideLast Updated on 2012-05-07 at 18:36
Capturing CO2 is already a standard practice for several industries. For example, natural gas treatment plants and ammonia fertilizer factories separate CO2 from their product... More »
Oceans Acidifying FasterLast Updated on 2012-03-02 at 11:05
If too much carbon dioxide enters the ocean too quickly, it can deplete the carbonate ions that corals, mollusks and some plankton need for reef and shell-building.
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