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Salt Marshes’ Capacity to Sink Carbon may be Threatened by Nitrogen Pollution

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great-sippewissett-marsh-credit-daniel-buckley-1024x683-sliderContact: dkenney@mbl.edu; 508-685-3525 WOODS HOLE, Mass. – Deep in the waterlogged peat of salt marshes, carbon is stored at much greater rates than in land ecosystems, serving as an offset to climate change due to carbon dioxide (CO2) build-up in the atmosphere. However, a new study indicates that a common pollutant of coastal waters, nitrate, […]

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