How tiny plankton could give global warming a significant boost
The setting sun highlights Arctic clouds near Barrow, Alaska. Ocean acidification could affect cloud formation, adding to global warming, according to a new study.
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#1 Aug 28, 2013
I'm going to wait a bit for them to do studies on the ACTUAL data, rather than these bits and pieces (less sulphates, more plankton, different plankton, more clouds, ...) that conflict and confuse.
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