Friday, 10 February 2012 07:02
As oceans warm due to climate change, water layers will mix less and affect the microbes and plankton that pump carbon out of the atmosphere – but researchers say it's still unclear whether these processes will further increase global warming or decrease it. It could be either, they say.
Read more: ScienceDaily: Marine Biology News
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