Researchers learning more about deep-Earth carbon, the stuff that makes precious diamonds, are finding that it can offer clues to the origins of life, according to a new study.
Scientists behind a new study have found that algal blooms, at least when attacked by viruses, can affect global carbon cycles.
New research has shown that previous carbon models just don't add up, and that we have yet to truly understand the state of Arctic carbon.
Climate-cooling Arctic thermokarst lakes stabilize climate change by soaking up more greenhouse gases than they emit into the atmosphere, according to new research.
Iron, though present in miniscule amounts in seawater, is a major player in the ocean's carbon cycle. Now scientists have assessed the various sources of dissolved iron in the north Atlantic Ocean, finally tracing the source of this precious metal to the dusty Sahara Desert.
Vines, causing them to lose carbon, are literally choking tropical forests, which are often underappreciated for their value in capturing carbon and battling climate change.