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FactoidDate 1 August 2019  +
FactoidHeadline Soil pore structure impacts carbon sequestration  +
FactoidText "Scientists have traditionally believed so"Scientists have traditionally believed soil aggregates, clusters of soil particles, were the principal locations for stable carbon storage. Recent evidence, however, shows that most stable carbon appears to be the result of microbes producing organic compounds that are then adsorbed onto soil mineral particles. The research further reveals that soil pores created by root systems provide an ideal habitat where this can occur. Of particular importance are soils from ecosystems with higher plant diversity." - Excerpt from [https://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2019/new-paper-points-to-soil-pore-structure-as-key-to-carbon-storage/ Michigan State University]carbon-storage/ Michigan State University]  +
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