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Dishing the dirt on carbon cycling

Nature Climate Change volume 1, pages 144146 (2011) | Download Citation

The roles that microorganisms play in carbon storage are not fully understood. Now modelling results show that the activity of a single group of soil fungi may significantly enhance ecosystem carbon-storage capacity.

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  1. Jennifer M. Talbot and Kathleen K. Treseder are at the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of California, Irvine, California 92617-2525, USA

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