New Scientist: Seagrass gardens are needed to cap the carbon bomb in the oceans. “This is important as it reinforces arguments that the protection of seagrass meadows is an effective carbon mitigation strategy,” says Professor Carlos Duarte from KAUST.
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Between North America & Europe, satellites recorded a slow migration of the Gulf Stream northward. The falling sea surface off California & Mexico is due to the Pacific decadal oscillation. Satellites Spy Nearly Quarter-Century of Sea Level Rise