Do plants in the ocean absorb carbon from the atmosphere?



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    In short, yes. Earth’s oceans, often referred to as “carbon sinks,” have absorbed approximately a third of humankind’s carbon dioxide emissions in the last two and a half centuries, though marine plantlife itself is not solely responsible (much of the carbon absorbed by the oceans undergoes a chemical reaction resulting in carbonic acid, which has raised serious concerns about the alkalinity of the oceans in the scientific community).

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