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Getting to Know the Microbes that Drive Climate Change

News   Jul 17, 2018 | Original Story by Misti Crane for The Ohio State University.

 
Getting to Know the Microbes that Drive Climate Change

This is an aerial view of the field site in Arctic Sweden, where researchers uncovered thousands of previously unrecognized microbes that could contribute to the speed of climate change. Credit: Scott Saleska.

 
 
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