Climate Change Causes Carbon Loss in Soil & Root Problems in Plants
Quite the textual alliteration, ay?
So, I wrote a (short) article that delves into what the title mentions, specifically a recent study which looked at the impact of warmer temperatures and higher levels of ozone (both aspects of climate change) on (soybean) plants, their roots, their symbiotic soil fungi, and the soil itself. Spoiler: it’s detrimental.
I’ve signed on as a part-time, freelance writer for the publication, Labroots.com, “the leading scientific social networking website.” So you can expect to see a regular supply of short-form articles from me over there, generally covering various physics stories and developments, along with some climate and space features.
I’m, of course, going to keep up pieces on this newsletter as the Labroots spot would be restrictive for the kind of content I write here. I just wanted to let everyone know another place they can find my writing! (And to recommend people go check out the article considering bigger numbers are good for ya boi).
That’s it for today; I’ll try to have a more substantive piece soon, but not 100% when that will be. I’ll be busy next week, but I do have a few ideas for some solid articles, such as concerning the EU’s recently proposed carbon border.
See you then!