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Opinion: Predicting Extreme Weather on Earth Starts in Space – Inside Sources

Extreme weather events are becoming more common, and more concerning. In December, unusually warm weather produced the deadliest tornado outbreak ever seen for that time of year, with one supercell resulting in a “colossal tornado” that decimated communities across Arkansas and Kentucky.  And last year marked the third most active Atlantic hurricane season to date, bringing disastrous storms like Hurricane

Science

New study shows a few common bacteria account for majority of carbon use in soil

Image by Victor O. Leshyk, Ecoss Just a few bacterial taxa found in ecosystems across the planet are responsible for more than half of carbon cycling in soils. These new findings, made by researchers at Northern Arizona University and published in Nature Communications this week, suggest that despite the diversity of microbial taxa found in wild soils

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