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Ecology team finds leaf litter has slower decomposition rate in warm temperatures than previously estimated


May 2, 2017

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Research, published in Global Change Biology with help from Kansas State University ecologists, found that leaf litter is not as sensitive to increases in temperature as ecologists once thought.Full Story

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