Soil Productivity Cut By Climate Change

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"As the aridity of soils goes up, the microbial diversity and abundance is reduced," stated Professor Brajesh Singh in new research to be reported in the Sydney Morning Herald. 

The health of the world's soils hinges on the abundance and diversity of the microbes and fungi they contain, and environmental changes including from global warming will undermine their ability to support humans and other species, according to two new studies.

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