A Way to Trap Carbon Deep in the Ocean – New York Times (blog)

by Blogburger on July 19, 2012


New York Times (blog)
A Way to Trap Carbon Deep in the Ocean
New York Times (blog)
By RACHEL NUWER Marina Montresor SZN/Alfred Wegener InstituteOnce fertilized with iron, this algal bloom, dominated by the chains of the spiny diatom Chaetoceros, sinks to the ocean bottom and can store carbon there. After an eight-year analysis,
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