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A new study has found ocean waves play a greater role in this trapping carbon dioxide than previously thought.
The research shows that when waves break on the surface, such as in high winds, a substantial number of bubbles are injected to depths of at least a meter. These bubbles tend to partially dissolve, releasing carbon dioxide into the water.
The discovery means an increase in the current global estimates of the oceanic sink of carbon dioxide and rates of ocean acidification. Additionally, the amount of CO2 that dissolves into stormy seas through bubbles will increase as the proportion of CO2 in the atmosphere increases.
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