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What describes how humans are affecting the balance of carbon in the atmosphere?

Detrimental? A J curve? Also in the sea by the way, there is the highest concentration of carbolic acid in the oceans in 500,000 years. this is close to the saturation carrying maximum.

<< Also in the sea by the way, there is the highest concentration of carbolic acid in the oceans in 500,000 years>>
Don't you mean carbonic acid (H2CO3)?

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