anonymous
  • anonymous
How does the ocean affect the rate of accumulation of CO2 in the atmosphere? increases it decreases it maintains it at a constant rate
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Oceans act as a carbon sink, in fact they are the largest carbon sink absorbing about 1/4 of the CO2 we put into the air. However, with global warming considering that CO2 dissolves better in cold water there is a worry that the oceans will not be able to hold as much CO2 and will begin to release it into the atmosphere

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