WVU Researcher Talks about Climate Change Research

May 16, 2018

Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, for scientists who study climate change, it’s really hard to estimate exactly how much carbon dioxide forests and the soil below them will store in the future.

Brittany Patterson reports on a new study that used West Virginia forests to shed light on how the carbon-storing ability of soils, and the billions of microbes within them, may fare as both carbon dioxide and nitrogen increase in the future.

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