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Soils and climate change – changing rainfall

Soils and climate change – changing rainfall

One of the consequences of climate change is likely to be changes in rainfall patterns. This will have consequences for soil chemistry.

Former Lancaster University PhD student Kirsty Ross is researching how changes in wetting and drying of soils impact on soil phosphorus.

Watch this short video to learn about her work.

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