Today we’re gonna focus on the surface of the ocean, that thin layer right where the sea touches the air above. Air with increasing amounts of carbon dioxide, a gas contributing to climate change. Chris Sabine from NOAA says, “Carbon dioxide is moving between the atmosphere and the ocean: across that interface. You know, through the surface of the ocean.”
Sabine’s passionate about the global climate crisis and its mounting impact on our oceans. He’s also the chair of the International Ocean Carbon Coordination Project, which is rallying scientists from all over the world and networking them, coordinating them, and maximizing their science. Stay tuned to find out how.