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I’ve heard that soil microbes are living in Antarctica. How can that be?
The polar regions of the globe are often very cold for the most of the year. In the dead of winter, these...

What happens to soil in winter? Does everything die?
Soil is essential to life. One reason is that soil protects plant roots, animals, and microbes from freezing...

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