Nature Live Online: Fish Vs Climate Change

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With the dramatic increase of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere in the last century, which is one of the most significant causes of global warming, understanding how carbon circulates is increasingly important.

Join Cristina Torrente in a chat with scientist Sarah Alewijnse, who is researching lanternfish and their important role in the carbon cycle. One of the most abundant vertebrates in the world, these small but numerous fish could play a very important role in carbon capture in the ocean.

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