Science, Research, Climate Change and Agriculture: Stories From The Hawkesbury Institute for the Environment



Updated 29 January 2016. Originally published 8 December 2015

A new study drawn from more than 80 dryland sites across the world published in the Proceedings of the National Academy Of Sciences (PNAS) and Nature Communications indicates that increasing aridity reduces abundance and diversity of microbial communities which carry out for most of ecosystem services such as primary production, water filtration and climate regulation...

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