Lauren E Dame

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A recent review concluded that earthworm presence increases CO₂ emissions by 33% but does not affect soil organic carbon stocks. However, the findings are controversial and raise new questions. Here we hypothesize that neither an increase in CO₂ emission nor in stabilized carbon would entirely reflect the earthworms' contribution to net carbon(More)
KENYON C. LINDEMAN, LAUREN E. DAME, CHRISTINE B. AVENARIUS, BENJAMIN P. HORTON, JEFFREY P. DONNELLY, D. REIDE CORBETT, ANDREW C. KEMP, PHIL LANE, MICHAEL E. MANN, AND W. RICHARD PELTIER Department of Education & Interdisciplinary Studies, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, Florida, USA Department of Anthropology, East Carolina University,(More)
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