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Improving Climate Models to Account for Plant Behavior Yields ‘Goodish’ News

Climate scientists have not been properly accounting for what plants do at night, and that, it turns out, is a mistake. A new study led by the Lab’s William Riley of the Earth & Environmental Sciences Area has found that plant nutrient uptake in the absence of photosynthesis affects greenhouse gas emissions to the atmosphere. More>

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