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Carbon Storing Qualities of Coastal Wetlands Explored In Australia

VOA Friday 17th May, 2013

In the Argentina's Patagonia region a massive network of peat bogs quietly stores thousands of gallons of fresh glacial water and helps regulate global climate change by containing more carbon per acre than most wooded forests, (File photo).


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