NOAA researcher Ian Enochs swims through carbon bubbles seeping from vents on the ocean floor from an old buried volcano.
NOAA researcher Ian Enochs swims through carbon bubbles seeping from vents on the ocean floor from an old buried volcano. Stephani Gordon Open Boat Films/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
NOAA researcher Ian Enochs swims through carbon bubbles seeping from vents on the ocean floor from an old buried volcano. Stephani Gordon Open Boat Films/National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Remote volcano may hold key to Florida reefs

August 14, 2015 08:59 AM

UPDATED August 14, 2015 04:31 PM

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