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As Sea Levels Rise, So Do Ghost Forests (nytimes.com)
31 points by ilamont 13 days ago | hide | past | web | favorite | 1 comment





This clearly reduces the number of plants that can't exist with increases in salinity, but does it increase the amount of plants capable of living with salt(ier)-water? I'm curious how this shift affects the ecosystem ability to process CO2 -- let's say the number of "plants" remains the same, but the type of plants change, and the type of plants with the ability to process CO2 changes.



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