Rocky resource comes to light

A groundbreaking study has found that 26% of nitrogen in natural ecosystems is sourced from rocks, shedding light on the mysterious gap in gas levels that scientists have grappled with for decades.

Published in the journal Science, the research could greatly improve the accuracy of climate change projections, which rely on understanding the carbon cycle and ...

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