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Microbial Colonizers of Arctic Soils Are Sensitive to Future Climate Change

10:18 EDT 3 Apr 2017 | R&D Magazine

These microbes in Arctic soils must cope with short cool summers and long freezing winters, as well as starvation from nutrients.
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