A Peat Bog Bigger Than England In The Congo Basin Could Unlock Climate Change Secrets
The discovery could have huge implications for the study of long-term climate change.
Scientists have found a peat bog deep in the jungle of the Congo Basin that's bigger than England and could tell us a huge amount about climate change.
Dr Simon Lewis, from the University of Leeds, was part of the team who discovered the peatland, which had been suspected to exist but not found until now.
Although Dr Lewis said the discovery was just as important to global science as for the local region.
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