Most CO2 From Australia’s Megafires Has Been Offset by Algal Blooms Formed By Ash That Settled in the Ocean

Most CO2 From Australia’s Megafires Has Been Offset by Algal Blooms Formed By Ash That Settled in the Ocean

When 715 million metric tons of carbon dioxide was coughed up into the atmosphere from the massive 2019-20 wildfires in Australia, scientists feared global warming had just been given a steroid shot. New research, however, reminds us of just how cyclical everything on our Earth is, by demonstrating that algal blooms in the ocean, feasting […]

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