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Calcium Carbonate, an Important Carbon Sink

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Calcium Carbonate, an Important Carbon Sink
Many organisms incorporate calcium carbonate into their shells and skeletons (a), which then accumulate on the ocean floor (b). During Earth’s history, much of this material has been compressed into rock, like the famous white limestone cliffs that overlook the English Channel (c), thus becoming a major geosphere sink for carbon
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