Earthquakes encourage the movement of carbon from the shallows to the deep ocean

Jan. 10 (UPI) –New analysis of a sediment core from the Japan Trench suggests earthquakes play a key role in driving the deep ocean’s carbon cycle. The analysis was made possible by a new technique for radio carbon dating deep ocean sediments. Traditional …
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