Soil fauna has the potential to fundamentally alter carbon storage in soil

Life strategies of a multitude of soil faunal taxa can affect the formation of organic matter in soil.

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Land management and climate change affect ecosystems’ ability to provide multiple services simultaneously

New study in Nature Communications

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Low-intensity grazing is locally better for biodiversity but challenging for land users, a new study shows

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