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Anjali- ScrAPESbook- 6

Anjali- ScrAPESbook- 6 - The construction of the new...

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Summary #6 VII. Global Change Thursday, July 24, 2008 Carbon dioxide project could help the Delta Scientists and researchers at UC Davis are testing a new way to capture carbon dioxide before it gets into the air and help levees in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. The California Department of Water Resources gave $12.3 million to a project that is going to discover whether carbon dioxide can be stored in marsh plants and soils. They are also going to try to restore Delta islands and, protect levees.
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Unformatted text preview: The construction of the new project is scheduled for next spring. Capturing carbon dioxide is one way of reducing the amount of global warming gases in the atmosphere. This article relates to VII. Global Change on the AP Environmental Science Topic Outline. Carbon dioxide is one of the global warming gases that tear apart our atmosphere. If this project is successful, it may solve many problems associated with global warming. It will also help the environment, animals, and humans....
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