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The ocean’s ability to absorb harmful C02 fluctuates over time, study finds

More research on the ocean’s changing carbon sink is needed to make climate predictions more accurately. Image: REUTERS/Kyodo

Sonia Fernandez

Engineering and Public Affairs Writer, University of California, Santa Barbara

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