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+ - Scientists find how ocean stores carbon->

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rosy rohangi writes "A team of British and Australian scientists discovered how carbon is pulled down from the surface of the Southern Ocean for deep sub.The Southern Ocean is an important carbon sink in the world – about 40 percent of annual global emissions of CO2 absorbed by the oceans of the world will enter this region.”Now that we have a better understanding of mechanisms of carbon draw down, we are better placed to understand the effects of climate change and carbon uptake by the ocean future.”Dr. Jean-Baptiste Sallée, British Antarctic Survey."
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