Photo: Ocean Losing Its Appetite for Carbon



Ocean waters churn around penguin-covered glaciers near Antarctica's Candelmas Island.

The world's oceans, which normally gobble up carbon dioxide, are getting stuffed to the gills, according to a November 2009 study of human-made carbon in the seas.

Photograph by Maria Stenzel, NGS


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