On its way to being stored in the darkest depths of the ocean, carbon may be consumed and recycled by marine organisms as it enters � the twilight zone. However, this is no science fiction realm. It’s a term used by scientists to describe a strange, but real intermediate depth in the seas where carbon can be trapped, thereby preventing it from sinking deeper where it can do no harm to Earth’s climate. Read more

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