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Seagrass Loss Is Causing Massive CO2 Rises

News   Jul 08, 2020 | Original story from Edith Cowan University

 
Seagrass Loss Is Causing Massive CO2 Rises

Known as 'Blue Carbon', seagrass meadows have been estimated to store CO2 in their soils about 30 times faster than most terrestrial forests. Credit: Centre for Marine Ecosystems Research at Edith Cowan University

 
 
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