Solutions to challenges and policy questions that arise due to drought and increased air quality concerns might well be found by looking down — to the soil.
Dr. Cristine Morgan, Texas A&M University department of soil and crop sciences professor, is working on a Texas A&M AgriLife Research project looking at what soil science can contribute to issues affecting life and human health issues.
“While we know soil water storage capacity and conductivity have a s
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