• A large amount of sucrose was found under the seabed, equivalent to 32 billion cans of coke

    The seabed is one of the ecosystem systems with the strongest carbon capture capacity in the world. Recently, scientists found a large amount of sugar under seaweed in the world’s oceans, which is about 80 times higher than the previous marine environment measurement, equivalent to the sugar content of 32 billion cans of coke. Scientists worry that large amounts of sugar have a significant impact on carbon storage and climate change. Marine seaweed grassland has a strong ability to absorb carbon. One square kilometer of seaweed stores almost twice as…

    May 25, 2022