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Press Release 10-066
Soil Microbes Produce Less Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide Than Expected With Climate Warming

Key players in carbon cycle multiply slowly when overheated

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Photo showing fungi in Alaska's boreal forest.

Many species of fungi proliferate in Alaska's boreal forest.

Credit: Steven D. Allison


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Photo of a Laccaria species in an Alaskan forest.

Fungi, such as this Laccaria species in an Alaskan forest, respond to soils rich in nitrogen.

Credit: Steven D. Allison


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Photo of fungi on a log.

Some species of fungi play important roles in breaking down wood in the forest.

Credit: Steven D. Allison


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Photo of a greenhouse warming experiment in Alaska's boreal forest.

Researchers started a greenhouse warming experiment in Alaska's boreal forest in 2005.

Credit: Steven D. Allison


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Photo showing a greenhouse warming experiment where scientists measure carbon dioxide.

Scientists measure carbon dioxide from soils in the greenhouse warming experiment.

Credit: Steven D. Allison


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Biologist Steven Allison in Alaskan forest, maintaining the greenhouse warming experiment.

Biologist Steven Allison in Alaskan forest, maintaining the greenhouse warming experiment.

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