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Soil Analysis Technique Could Aid Climate Change Predictions

News   Sep 28, 2020 | Original story from Baylor University

 
Soil Analysis Technique Could Aid Climate Change Predictions

Data analyzed for the study came from soil profiles, such as this one, gathered by the National Ecological Observatory Network. Credit: National Ecological Observatory Network.

 
 
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