Scientists to present new long-term ecological research findings at fall American Geophysical Union meeting

Changing patterns of ice formation and melting are affecting winter microbial activity in lakes. Find related stories on NSF's Long-Term Ecological Research Program at this link.
Microbes and plant roots are hard at work under snow and ice, deep in desert soils, and in the ground beneath our feet. Their activities affect water clarity, salt marsh survival, the impact of drought and the pace of climate change.
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