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 …
( read original story …)


Related Post

World shares gain on strong earnings, dovish Fed p...
views 193
TOKYO — Global shares were mostly higher Thursday ...
Japan Nikkei
views 57
SEOUL, South Korea — Asian stock markets were mixe...
Nikkei inches down on stronger yen; SoftBank gains...
views 241
TOKYO May 30 Japan's Nikkei share average inched d...
Clock ticking for Japanese rocket startup Interste...
views 210
TOKYO -- Although Interstellar Technologies' Momo ...
Allied Wallet Opens New Tokyo Office to Support Ja...
views 54
Allied Wallet, a globally leading provider of onli...
Japan February exports seen rising at fastest pace...
views 257
The finance ministry will release the trade data a...
Canon unlikely to help Toshiba with investment in ...
views 247
TOKYO Japan's Canon Inc said would be difficult to...
Bank of Japan raises economic forecasts, while kee...
views 250
The Bank of Japan stood pat on monetary policy whe...
The horrific cost to human life if North Korea lau...
views 241
The Seoul/Incheon metropolitan region has a popula...
China’s Bay Area is a Property Mega-Market i...
views 223
They project the highest population and property m...