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Giant melting icebergs could be slowing climate change by absorbing carbon: researchers

ABC News, 18 Jan 2016.

Scientists have made the surprising discovery that giant melting icebergs could actually be slowing global warming. Satellite images show that as giant icebergs melt, they leave behind trails of nutrients. The nutrients stimulate growth of marine life, which leads to million of tonnes of carbon being taken from the atmosphere. Read the full story in ABC News

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