The Age of Nature
Blue Carbon Ecosystems
Clip: Episode 3 | 2m 55s
Peter Macreadie discusses blue carbon and how plants sequester more carbon beneath the water than they do on land. He explains how turtles are overgrazing the seagrass meadows because of a reduction in the number of sharks.
Aired: 10/28/20 |
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