Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Warming slows microbes’ growth, NAU researchers find in first-in-kind long-term experiment

Newswise imageIn a first-of-its-kind warming experiment, researchers at Northern Arizona University found that microbes growth rate decreased over 15 years of warming. The research, published this week in Global Change Biology, showed that under warmer climate conditions, growth decreased among all types of microbes in the community, and suggested that a loss of soil carbon may be responsible for the slowdown.