Another Reason to Love Wetlands: Blue Carbon

ENVIRONMENT

Results from a new U.S. soil survey could bolster efforts to monitor and protect wetlands around the world. (Nature)

Navigate American wetlands with our GeoStory.

Teachers, scroll down for a quick list of key resources in our Teachers Toolkit.

Coastal wetlands, like the brackish waters of Florida’s southern Everglades, above, are greater carbon sinks than tropical rain forests.
Photograph by Keith Ladzinski, National Geographic

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TEACHERS TOOLKIT

Nature: Climate scientists unlock secrets of ‘blue carbon’

Nat Geo: American Wetlands GeoStory

Nat Geo: What is a wetland?

Nat Geo: Blue Carbon for Climate Mitigation

The Blue Carbon Initiative

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