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HomeClimate411Changes in ocean chemistry show how sea level affects global carbon cycle

Changes in ocean chemistry show how sea level affects global carbon cycle

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“The new type of information we can read from the stable strontium isotopes now allows us to take a close look at the business end of the global carbon cycle, when carbon is removed from the environment and laid down into marine carbonate beds,” said coauthor Mathis Hain, assistant professor of Earth and planetary sciences at UCSC.

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