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Coastal blue carbon

from NOAA

Imagine you're on vacation. You're out early paddling through a quiet marsh. As you float over a bed of sea grass, you see a school of small fish dart away. It doesn't seem like there's much going on here. But in fact there's something really important happening here that you can't see, hear or feel. You're floating over a vast warehouse of sorts — for hundreds or even thousands of years, the sea grass you're floating over has been quietly sucking carbon dioxide from the air and transporting it to the soil beneath the water. You're floating over a vast reservoir of carbon, locked away just below your canoe. more

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