Florida’s climate boosts soil-carbon storage, cuts greenhouse emissions

30 septiembre 2014

Sequestration helps mitigate carbon-based gases from getting into the atmosphere. A new study shows Florida’s warm, wet climate helps keep carbon in the soil. Soil-stored carbon can slow the build-up of carbon-based gases in the atmosphere, a phenomenon believed to be a cause of global climate change.
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