Climate change will irreversibly force key ocean bacteria into overdrive

Irreversibly increased nitrogen fixation in Trichodesmium experimentally adapted to elevated carbon dioxide Nitrogen fixation rates of the globally distributed, biogeochemically important marine cyanobacterium Trichodesmium increase under high carbon dioxide (CO2) levels in short-term studies due to physiological plasticity. However, its long-term adaptive responses to Read more ›

Climate Intervention: Carbon Dioxide Removal and Reliable Sequestration

Preface The signs of a warming planet are all around us: rising seas, melting ice sheets, record­ setting temperatures, with impacts cascading to ecosystems, humans, and our economy. At the root ofthe problem, anthropogenic greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere Read more ›