November 1991
New Scientist;11/2/91, Vol. 132 Issue 1793, inside science p1
Focuses on the impact of a variety of processes, driven by nature and human needs on the movement of carbon around the world between the atmosphere, plants, animals, the oceans and rocks. Volume of carbon in the planet; World's over dependence on carbon-based fossil fuels; Natural movement of carbon. INSETS: The complicated chemistry of carbon.;Production and processes of photosynthesis..


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