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Identify a major 'sink', or storehouse, for human-generated carbon dioxide.

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    Check this site.

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    Oh, so the ocean would be a sink of human-generated carbon dioxide? I was thinking more like an ozone hole.

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    Yep. The oceans and soil are major sinks for human-generated carbon dioxide.

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    thank you

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    You're very welcome.

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