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Researchers studied the carbon storage of deep-water seagrasses living at Lizard Island, Australia. Education Images/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Deep Seagrass Bed Could Stall Climate Change, If Climate Change Doesn't Kill It First

Scientists have identified a giant bed of deep sea grass in Australia's Great Barrier Reef that may be absorbing millions of tons of carbon. But these so-called blue carbon sinks need protecting too.

Researchers studied the carbon storage of deep-water seagrasses living at Lizard Island, Australia. Education Images/UIG via Getty Images hide caption

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Deep Seagrass Bed Could Stall Climate Change, If Climate Change Doesn't Kill It First

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People attend a party in Cherry Grove section of Fire Island in New York during the 1960s. Courtesy of Cherry Grove Archives Collection hide caption

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1968: After Dozens Of Acquittals, Police Forced To End Raids On Gay Haven

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Doug Kiker (left) and Dan Schmalen are founders of Retrofit Careers, a job portal for those in successful drug and alcohol recovery. Emma Lee/WHYY hide caption

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New Job Hope For Adults In Drug And Alcohol Recovery

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