Climate change speeds up microbial change

Indo-Asian News Service: Climate change could affect Antarctica's Dry Valleys more rapidly than previously expected, particularly the microbial communities in the soil, a study reveals. We used to think that microbial change took place slowly over centuries, said Craig Cary, professor at the University of Waikato, who led the study. It's important we keep documenting the current biodiversity in Antarctica so we can predict the effects of climate change, said Cary, the journal Nature Communications reported. To do......

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