- FJORDS could help solve global warming as they trap huge quantities of carbon
- Carbon dioxide is absorbed by plants on land that create soil and sediment which is swept down to the coast by rivers and streams. As fjords tend to be unusually deep – carved out by the movement of glaciers – the sediment is quickly locked away in an ...
- Sand: Hold a Mountain in Your Hand
- Most people use the term “sand” to refer to loose material on a beach, but sand is actually a grain size measurement used by geologists to describe sediments varying in size from about 1/16 mm to 2 mm in diameter.
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