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Species richness and effective number of species decreased under experimental warming in meadow environments.
The changing colour of Greenland could have consequences for the rest of the planet.
How well will plants – and plant-like organisms – function with rising concentrations of levels of atmospheric CO2? And how will the increases in temperatures – associated with climate change/global warming – affect them? Given the importance of marine phytoplankton organisms to global productivity, understanding how those phytoplankters might be impacted by increased CO2 concentrations is of paramount importance.
A new study shows the effects that plant cellulose has on the weather!
The presence of sulfur in seagrasses and coral can indicate stresses caused by oxygen-poor areas of the ocean floor, and global warming.