Antarctica’s moss ‘forest’ drying out

Australia Network News: Antarctica's green moss, likened by scientists to Australia's lush Daintree rainforest, is dying. Professor Sharon Robinson is at Australia's Casey station studying changes in the local moss beds. "In places where there's meltwater in the summer, so lakes and streams, you get mosses growing," Professor Robinson said. "Around the Casey region we have some of the best moss of anywhere on the continent of Antarctica, and it comes out as lush green." Moss dying But some of the moss has dried......

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