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Microbes Increase CO2 in Air Due to Warming Oceans

News   Apr 30, 2019 | Original story by Kevin Krajick for The Earth Institute Columbia University.

 
Microbes Increase CO2 in Air Due to Warming Oceans

Aboard the German research vessel Sonne in the South Pacific, study author Frank Pavia (left, foreground) prepares pumping apparatus used to sample seawater for organic matter. Credit: Frank Pavia.

 
 
 

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