Geoengineer a Mini-Ocean

April 2012
Odyssey;Apr2012, Vol. 21 Issue 4, p39
Science Experiment
The article presents a science experiment on the ability of oceanic plants in absorbing excess carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.


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