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Sunday, February 09, 2014

Plenty more fish in the sea - and they're storing carbon for us!

From The Conversation website, a report suggesting that we may have massively underestimated the quantity of sealife in the middle levels of the ocean. It may not be catchable, but it could be helping sequester carbon and so reduce the threat of global warming.

http://theconversation.com/fish-in-the-twilight-cast-new-light-on-ocean-ecosystem-22987

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2 comments:

A K Haart said...

I noticed this one too. There seem to be major uncertainties in carbon cycles.

James Higham said...

Uncatchable? Destructive species, aren't we?