The Effects Of Climate Change On The Macroporosity Of Soil

By Kavindra Sahabir ‘21 Climate change, in addition to contributing to rising temperatures around the globe, may also be affecting the availability of water and production of food. Soil macropores are, at their most basic level, holes in soil that act as natural drains of water due to gravity. They affect factors such as nutrient transport for plants and water runoff in fields, which in … Continue reading The Effects Of Climate Change On The Macroporosity Of Soil