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Extreme Lifeforms Could Complicate Carbon Sequestration
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Extreme Lifeforms Could Complicate Carbon Sequestration

Researchers say carbon storage sites should be tested for microbial life, which could potentially convert CO2 to methane—a more potent greenhouse gas. Christopher Intagliata reports.

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