Ancient Deepsea Shells Reveal 66 Million Years Of Carbon Dioxide Levels

Ancient Deepsea Shells Reveal 66 Million Years Of Carbon Dioxide Levels
Ancient Deepsea Shells Reveal 66 Million Years Of Carbon Dioxide Levels

black and white image of a microscopic foraminifera shell

Co-authored by two Texas A&M scientists, a new analysis using ancient marine organisms provides important past climate data and context to modern carbon emissions.

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Source: TAMU News