In the Turbulent Drake Passage, Scientists Find a Rare Window Where Carbon Sinks Quickly into the Deep Ocean

Between Antarctica and South America, something unusual is happening, and it has an impact on how the ocean takes carbon dioxide – the main driver of global warming – out of the atmosphere. 

By Lilian (Lily) Dove
May 1, 2023
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Lily Dove

Lily is a Ph.D. Candidate in Oceanography at the California Institute of Technology.  

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