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Fluid Situation: The Mystery of Ancient Ocean Carbon May Have Just Been Solved

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Fluid Situation: The Mystery of Ancient Ocean Carbon May Have Just Been Solved

Fluid Situation: The Mystery of Ancient Ocean Carbon May Have Just Been Solved

Scientists have found deep-sea graphite that might help solve a deep-sea carbonaceous mystery.

According to Gizmodo, the deep ocean contains various kinds of carbon.

There is fresh carbon-based material from sources on the surface, and old carbon whose source is unknown.

Scientists have theorized different sources for that older carbon.

It could be soot from combustion processes, kicked-up sediments, or maybe hydrothermal vents.

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