Warmer oceans less able to store carbon

A new study suggests that carbon storage in the ocean, a key stalwart against rising CO2 levels, is limited by temperature

by Simon Roach
Phytoplankton living in the ocean surface 'sink' atmospheric CO2 (credit: Sergiy Lukutin/123rf)
Phytoplankton living in the ocean surface 'sink' atmospheric CO2 (credit: Sergiy Lukutin/123rf)

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