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Carbon dioxide from the air is stored by natural processes in the sea, in shells and seaweed. Life in the sea can help to keep a balance in the atmosphere above – as Dr Joanne Porter and Dr David Woolf (ICIT), Prof. John Baxter (SNH) and Mary Spencer Jones (Natural History Museum) explain.

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