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  The Facts: Global Warming

What is causing global warming? Is it a natural cycle? Or is it caused by man and his insatiable appetite for industry? Is global warming a reality??

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The fact is, if you have children and care about their future, or about the future of humanity and our planet in general, then you need to weigh the risk of global warming whenever you make a decision.

Risk is something that is so often overlooked by today's politicians and industry magnates. Think about your decision to buy a house - you weigh the risk of whether the market in that area/neighborhood will go up (or down). Or when you go out for a walk - what's the risk that it will rain? Should I bring my umbrella?

Although there is STRONG (almost overwhelming) evidence that man is at least contributing to global warming and that global warming is happening at an incredible rate (see the facts below), we maintain that it doesn't matter that there is evidence or not. The risk alone that the planet will be disastrously changed by global warming should be enough in itself to make substantial policy changes in the way we pollute our environment. AND changes in the way we, as individuals, choose to live our lives - should we buy an SUV, thereby supporting an extremely irresponsible auto industry, or can we find an alternative means of transportation that makes a much smaller impact on the future of our children? You make the decision, using your analysis of the risk...

Is Global Warming Happening? Yes:

  • February 18 - Ocean Study Confirms Human Cause of Global Warming - Tech News World
    "The implications are huge ... and in the short term, we're sort of screwed," said Tim Barnett of the Scripps Institution. A Bush administration spokesman greeted news of the study with indifference. "The science of global climate change is uncertain," said Bill Holbrook, spokesman for the White House Council on Environmental Quality.
  • January 29 - 'Dangerous' Global Warming Possible by 2026 - WWF - Reuters
    World temperatures could surge in just two decades to a threshold likely to trigger dangerous disruptions to the earth's climate, the WWF environmental group said on Sunday. "If nothing is done, the earth will have warmed by 2.0 Celsius (3.6 Fahrenheit) above pre-industrial levels by some time between 2026 and 2060," the WWF said in a report.
  • December 14 - Climate expert in war of words on warming - MSNBC.com
    The world’s chief climate scientist on Tuesday disputed the U.S. government contention that cutbacks in carbon dioxide emissions were not yet warranted to check global warming.
  • November 29 - Asia Faces Living Nightmare from Climate Change - Reuters
    The weather predictions for Asia in 2050 read like a script from a doomsday movie. Except many climatologists and green groups fear they will come true unless there is a concerted global effort to rein in greenhouse gas emissions.
  • October 31 - Big Arctic Perils Seen in Warming - NY Times
    A comprehensive four-year study of warming in the Arctic shows that heat-trapping gases from tailpipes and smokestacks around the world are contributing to profound environmental changes, including sharp retreats of glaciers and sea ice, thawing of permafrost and shifts in the weather, the oceans and the atmosphere.
    The report says that "while some historical changes in climate have resulted from natural causes and variations, the strength of the trends and the patterns of change that have emerged in recent decades indicate that human influences, resulting primarily from increased emissions of carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases, have now become the dominant factor."
  • September 23 - Antarctic glaciers slipping faster into the sea - NewScientist.com
    Antarctic glaciers are thinning and slipping ever faster into the sea, according to several new studies. Warmer air and sea temperatures are blamed, and the changes are expected to cause an appreciable rise in sea levels. He (Glaciologist Robert Thomas, a NASA contractor) found the glaciers were thinning at twice the rate they had in the 1990s, when a NASA satellite measured them.
  • August 19 - EU warns of global-warming perils - International Herald Tribune
    Increasingly frequent storms, floods, droughts and other extreme weather across Europe are consequences of global warming and other climate changes, the European Environment Agency said on Wednesday in a report that draws a grim picture of rising sea levels, melting glaciers in the Alps and deadly heat waves.
  • June 11 - Pollution shifting rain patterns in Sierra, worldwide - SF Chronicle
    Air pollution appears to be altering rainfall patterns in the Sierra and around the world, said Ramanathan of the Scripps Institution of Oceanography in La Jolla.
  • May 6 - Scientists claim new evidence of warming - The Guardian, UK
    Scientists are claiming to have found compelling new evidence for global warming, finally demolishing the argument of sceptics who have denied the phenomenon is real. New analysis of satellite data has revealed that temperatures in a critical part of the atmosphere are rising much faster than previously thought, strengthening the worldwide consensus that the earth is warming up.
  • April 20 - Alaska Is Melting. Can Kyoto Save It? - NBC, Columbus
    Alaska is melting. Literally.Much of Alaska is built on frozen ground called permafrost, a soil condition that results when the yearly temperature averages below freezing. But across most of the state, that criterion is just barely met, by a few degrees Celsius. Alaska lives on the edge of a phase change. A small bit of warming can make a big difference. And that’s why many Alaskans, along with plenty of outside researchers and environmentalists, are concerned about global warming and the strategies proposed to limit its rise. Even if the United States signed international treaties designed to limit climate change, they’re starting to realize, that might not be enough to keep the state from softening.
  • March 18, 2004 - Ice age to warming - and back? - Christian Science Monitor
    One reason for all the interest? While policymakers have worried long and hard about global warming, which might raise Earth's temperature 1.4 to 5.8 degrees C by century's end, a growing body of evidence suggests natural forces could just as easily plunge Earth's average temperatures downward. In the past, the planet's climate has changed 10 degrees in as little as 10 years.
  • March 21, 2003 - CO2 buildup accelerating in atmosphere - USA Today
    The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change projects that, if unchecked, atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations by 2100 will range from 650 to 970 parts per million. As a result, the panel estimates, average global temperature would probably rise by 1.4 to 5.8 degrees Celsius (2.7 and 10.4 degrees Fahrenheit) between 1990 and 2100.
  • January 7 - Study sees mass extinctions via warming - MSNBC News
    The sweeping new analysis, enlisting scientists from 14 laboratories around the globe, found that more than one-third of 1,103 native species they studied could vanish or plunge to near extinction by 2050 as climate change turns plains into deserts or alters forests. It did not examine marine species.
  • December 10 - Doomsday warning on greenhouse - Herald Sun, Melbourne Australia
    Average yearly temperatures are projected to rise by as much as 2C across the nation by 2030, and 6C by 2070, according to an Australian Greenhouse Office report into global warming - triggering more natural disasters and crippling water shortages.
  • December 3 - Climate change 'entering the unknown' - Sun Sentinal, FL
    Two of the nation's top climate scientists say there's no longer any doubt that human activities are changing the Earth's atmosphere and its climate, and that our children and grandchildren will inherit the consequences.
  • November 27 - Billions Face Water Shortages as Glaciers Melt - WWF
    "Unless governments take urgent action to prevent global warming, billions of people worldwide may face severe water shortages as a result of the alarming melting rate of glaciers, the WWF group said in a report. It said human impact on the climate was melting glaciers from the Andes to the Himalayas, bringing longer-term threats of higher sea levels that could swamp island states.
  • November 18 - Review of evidence confirms causes of global warming - The Age
    A re-examination of 24 years of data from weather satellites has found that temperatures are rising in the lower layer of the atmosphere, called the troposphere, at a rate consistent with what has been measured at the Earth's surface. The finding is subtle but significant, experts say, particularly because previous studies of the same data, showing no warming, have been highlighted by those who oppose curbs on heat-trapping smokestack and tailpipe emissions linked to recent warming.
  • November 13 - Will global warming trigger a new ice age? - The Guardian, UK
    What's worrying is that for some years now, global climate models have been predicting a future weakening of the Gulf Stream as a consequence of global warming. Such models visualise the disruption of the Namoc, including the Gulf Stream, as a result of large-scale melting of Arctic ice and the consequent pouring of huge volumes of fresh water into the North Atlantic, in a century or two. New data suggest, however, that we may not have to wait centuries, and in fact the whole process may be happening already.
  • November 8 - Study: Global warming to could 'substantially affect' Calif. in 20 years - The San Jose Mercury News
    A shorter ski season in the Sierra. A poorer habitat for endangered salmon in lower streams. More wildfires and more floods. Extreme heat waves, easier spread of diseases and increased air pollution.
  • October 28 - Arctic warming is accelerating: NASA
    A NASA study warns that the rate of warming in the Arctic is speeding up and may be a harbinger of climate changes that will affect the entire globe. The rate of warming in the Arctic over the last 20 years is eight times greater than the rate over the entire last 100 years, says the study, to be published in the American Meteorological Society’s Journal of Climate. NASA also reports summer ice cover in the Arctic has been declining at a rate of nine percent a decade and is very close to the record low set last year.
  • September 25 - "The Earth Is Round. Elvis Is Dead. Climate Change Is Happening." - Environmental Defense
    The Bush Administration and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continue to dodge the global warming issue. Late in August, Environmental Defense blasted the EPA decision not characterize carbon dioxide, the chief greenhouse gas contributing to global warming, as a pollutant according to Clean Air Act standards.
  • August 4 - Warming Climate Challenges Alaska Oil Drillers - Alaska
    The Arctic chill is not what it used to be. Just ask the oil companies that depend on long periods of hard freeze to haul heavy equipment and drill into the tundra of Alaska's North Slope. In past years, companies could start that work in November. Now they commonly wait until January.
  • July 3 - Extreme weather on the rise - CNN.com
    Anecdotal evidence that the world's weather is getting wilder now has a solid scientific basis in fact following a dramatic global assessment from the World Meteorological Organization. A study released Wednesday by the WMO -- a specialized climate science agency of the United Nations -- says the world is experiencing record numbers of extreme weather events, such as droughts and tornadoes. Laying the blame firmly at the feet of global warming...
  • June 16 - Global warming faster than first thought: scientists - ABC News
    An international team has found continental shelves in wet tropics areas are releasing carbon as a greenhouse gas. It was previously thought the areas acted only as large carbon sinks. "This means that a major sink or a major removal rate that had been assumed was very powerful, is probably not there."
  • Global Warming: Early Warning Signs
  • Nov. 30 - Study: Arctic ice will be gone by end of the century
    The vast expanse of permanent ice that has characterized the Arctic Ocean for millennia is fated to disappear far faster than anyone imagined and will certainly be gone before the century is out, says a NASA satellite study.
  • Nov. 25 - As Andean Glaciers Shrink, Water Worries Grow
    In a phenomenon scientists here and abroad call a calamity in the making, the glaciers of the central Andes are vanishing because of global warming driven at least in part by pollution.

What can you do?

  • July 14 - Environmental Protestors to 'Ticket' 15,000 SUVs July 19th in Baltimore/Washington - US Newswire
    In the largest-ever regional campaign of its kind, a coalition of 29 groups ranging from the Sierra Club to the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland will place educational "tickets" on 15,000 SUVs in the Baltimore/Washington area on July 19th to demand cleaner vehicles that protect public health and save our planet from the catastrophe of rapid global warming.
  • May 6, 2003 - Emergency Campaign on Global Warming - Environmental Defense
    Become a Citizen Co-sponsor of the Climate Stewardship Act in Congress. Sign The Petition Today!
  • April 22, 2003 - You Can Fight Global Warming, Authors Urge - National Geographic
    If only one-third of the U.S. population would simply tweak a few daily habits, according to the authors of a new book published today, enough carbon dioxide would be saved to achieve the United States' original emissions-reduction target under the Kyoto Protocol. [You Can Prevent Global Warming (and Save Money): 51 Easy Ways, by Jeffrey Langholz and Kelly Turner]
  • Ten Things You Can Do To Stop Global Warming

Global Warming and Politics:

  • January 29 - Pressure rises on U.S. over global warming - International Herald Tribune
    The pressure on President George W. Bush to work toward a global accord on climate change may intensify in his second term, as a buildup of grass-roots lobbying from U.S. companies and states and from his closest ally in Europe, Prime Minister Tony Blair of Britain, make the issue a priority.
  • November 7 - Kyoto can't do the job alone - New Zealand Herald
    The United States, the largest emitter, pulled out and the treaty imposes no obligations on developing countries, which are expected collectively to overtake developed countries in emissions within 20 years or so. "It is pure stupidity, a sham, crazy and dangerous not to engage the developing world and the major emitters," Australia's new Environment Minister, Ian Campbell said.
  • September 30 - Russian Move Clears Way to Bring Kyoto Into Force - ABC News
    The Russian government approved the Kyoto Protocol on Thursday, giving decisive support to the long-delayed climate change treaty that should allow it to come into force worldwide.
  • March 30 - Germany fights global warming with trade - CNN
    The German government agreed Tuesday on an emissions trading system designed to trim industry emissions of greenhouse gases, settling a clash between key ministers over environmental and economic goals.
  • March 12 - Corporate America can't ignore global warming, Gore says - Miami Herals
    "The American auto companies have sat around, and instead of hiring more engineers to solve the problem they hired more lawyers to fight the requirement that they do the right thing," Gore said Thursday night to about 200 students at Stanford University's Graduate School of Business.
  • March 3 - The Pentagon's Weather Nightmare - Fortune
    The threat that has riveted their attention is this: Global warming, rather than causing gradual, centuries-spanning change, may be pushing the climate to a tipping point. Growing evidence suggests the ocean-atmosphere system that controls the world's climate can lurch from one state to another in less than a decade—like a canoe that's gradually tilted until suddenly it flips over. Scientists don't know how close the system is to a critical threshold. But abrupt climate change may well occur in the not-too-distant future. If it does, the need to rapidly adapt may overwhelm many societies—thereby upsetting the geopolitical balance of power.
  • March 2 - Environment Looms as Major Security Threat - Reuters
    Ten years after Robert Kaplan wrote a seminal article arguing that the environment would emerge as the security threat of the 21st century, global warming and a host of other green ills are seen as major destabilizing forces...
  • February - Pentagon Tells Bush: Climate Change Will Destroy Us - World Crisis
    A secret report, suppressed by USA defence chiefs and obtained by the Observer, warns that major European cities will be sunk beneath rising seas as Britain is plunged into a ‘Siberian’ climate by 2020. Nuclear conflict, mega-droughts, famine and widespread rioting will erupt across the world. The document predicts that abrupt climate change could bring the planet to the edge of anarchy as countries develop a nuclear threat to defend and secure dwindling food, water and energy supplies. The threat to global stability vastly eclipses that of terrorism, say the few experts privy to its contents.
  • February 17 - New British invasion -- but this one sings of global warming - MSNBC.com
    While Blair's government aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions to below what's expected of it in a 1997 Kyoto climate protocol, the Bush administration withdrew from the U.N. process, saying mandatory cuts in carbon dioxide and other gases would severely cut into economic growth.
  • September 25 - Fall Vote to Put Senators on Global Warming Hot Seat - Environmental Defense
    For the first time, senators must go on record with their positions on global warming. Through an agreement with the Senate leadership during debate on the Energy Bill, Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Joseph Lieberman (D-CT) were able to secure a vote on the Climate Stewardship Act for this fall.
  • June 26 - Maine 1, Feds 0 - Environmental Defense
    New England State Becomes First to Enact Comprehensive Climate Change Law. Call it Yankee ingenuity. Maine is transforming the political climate to turn the tide on climate change. Last week Maine Governor John Baldacci (pictured, right) signed into law what is being pegged as the most far-reaching piece of legislation aimed at curbing global warming. "I am proud that Maine leads the nation in setting responsible climate change goals," said Baldacci. "Maine's law paves the way for others to join us in a responsible approach to address the risks of global warming."
  • June 26 - Gusty Britain is boosting wind power to fight global warming - Environmental News Network
    Britain's still-tiny wind-power industry is in the midst of a major expansion, with vast wind farms being constructed from the Scottish highlands to the Welsh countryside. More are on the way, too, thanks to new government rules requiring power companies to seek out sources of renewable energy.
  • June 25 - No global warming? - The Charlotte Observer
    The editing eliminated references to many studies concluding that warming is at least partly caused by growing concentrations of smokestack and tailpipe emissions and could threaten health and ecosystems.
  • June 20 - Censorship on Global Warming - New York Times
    The latest example of this ostrichlike behavior involves some heavy-handed censorship of a draft report that is due out next week from the Environmental Protection Agency. As described by Andrew Revkin and Katharine Seelye in yesterday's Times, the report was intended to provide the first comprehensive review of what is known about environmental problems and what gaps in understanding remain to be filled. But by the time the White House Council on Environmental Quality and the Office of Management and Budget finished with it and hammered the E.P.A. into submission, a long section on the risks posed by rising global temperatures was reduced to a noncommittal paragraph.
  • March 12 - Royal Dutch/Shell chief addresses global warming
    "We can't wait to answer all questions beyond reasonable doubt," he [Watts, the chairman of Royal Dutch/Shell Group] said, adding that "Shell has seen and heard enough" to know that greenhouse gas emissions, "largely from burning fossil fuels," are causing climate changes that threaten the world.
  • Feb. 28 - Science Panel Urges Bush to Revise Climate Plan
    A panel of scientific experts has concluded that the Bush administration's plan for studying the causes and solutions of climate change needs "major improvements" if it is to guide the nation's decision makers in addressing this international threat. The National Academy of Sciences panel said today that the proposal "lacks a clearing guiding vision" and will require far more funding than is currently available to be effective.
  • Feb. 24 - Blair Hot To Fight Global Warming - CBS News
    Blair, vowing Britain would seek to reduce its emissions of harmful carbon dioxide by 60 percent by 2050, said President Bush was wrong to claim fighting warming will slow economic growth.
  • Dec. 5 - Green Groups Sue EPA Over Global Warming
    Environmentalists have said the Bush administration is unwilling to act on global warming despite acknowledging its threat. Last year, President Bush withdrew the United States from the so-called Kyoto treaty on global warming. He said the treaty would hurt the U.S. economy and would rely on voluntary efforts to reduce pollution.
  • Dec. 4 - U.S. Plans 5-Year Global Warming Study
    a move that critics say leaves hard decisions on reducing global warming until after President Bush leaves office.
  • Dec. 2 - Can Global Warming Be Studied Too Much? - NY Times
    Many climate experts who will attend say talking about more research will simply delay decisions that need to be made now to avert serious harm from global warming.
  • Nov. 22 - Should churches convert drivers of SUVs? - Christian Science Monitor
    Prominent Christian and Jewish leaders called this week on the auto industry and their own congregations "to recognize that transportation choices are moral choices" because of "the extraordinary impact they have on God's creation and God's children."

Global Warming Studies & Articles:

  • November 26 - Think tank wants SUV warning labels - ABC Online
    Just like smokers in the European Union (EU) buy tobacco marked with "Smoking Kills" and other dire warnings, New Economics Foundation (NEF) offered its own slogans for super-stickers which they said should be slapped onto the hoods and sides of cars. "Global warming kills", "Climate change can seriously damage your health" or even "Driving seriously harms you and others around you" were among the list of warnings proposed by the London-based think tank.
  • September 19 - Warning in the Winds - Washington Post
    But before you dismiss global warming as mere hype and rush out to buy another SUV, consider this: Climate models developed by tropical meteorologists predict significant changes in hurricane intensity as greenhouse gases accumulate in the atmosphere and add more heat to the oceans. According to Tom Knutson and Bob Tuleya, tropical climate modelers at the Princeton, N.J.-based Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, we can expect a 20 percent increase in rainfall, and damage due to increased wind speeds might rise as much as 10 percent. That 10 or 20 percent may not sound like much, but add it to a top-ranked Category 5 monster headed for Mobile, Ala., and you've got a major disaster in the making.
  • August 5 - The end of the world is here - Salon.com
    Disasters spawned by global warming are no longer science fiction, Ross Gelbspan argues in "Boiling Point" -- they're already here.
  • July 16 - Study: Bad air hurts sea life - NY Newsday
    The findings suggest that burning fossil fuels such as coal and oil could have ecological consequences by the end of the century that go beyond current concerns about global warming.
  • May 20 - Thaw of Icy Gas May Worsen Global Warming - Reuters
    A thawing of vast ice-like deposits of gas under oceans and in permafrost could sharply accelerate global warming in the 21st century, British-based scientists said on Wednesday. Rising temperatures could break down buried mixtures of water, methane and other gases -- called gas hydrates -- and release them into the atmosphere where they would trap the sun's heat, they said.
  • April 30 - Global warming linked to high asthma rates - The Globe and Mail, Canada
    The high concentrations of carbon dioxide can affect asthma in several ways, says the U.S. report, Inside the Greenhouse: The Impacts of CO{-2} (carbon dioxide) and Climate Change on Public Health in the Inner City.
  • April 27 - Beware the fossil fools - The Guardian, UK
    If it is true, as the government's new report suggested last week, that it is now too late to prevent hundreds of thousands of British people from being flooded out of their homes, then the journalists who have consistently and deliberately downplayed the threat carry much of the responsibility for the problem. It is time we stopped treating them as bystanders. It is time we started holding them to account.
  • April 20 - Technology exists to slow global warming - CNN.com
    SACRAMENTO, California (AP) -- The technology already exists to cut vehicles' greenhouse gases sharply as required by a precedent-setting California law, the Union of Concerned Scientists said Monday.
    The 2002 law requires the state to set the world's first regulations to trim vehicles' global warming emissions. Without them, the group said carbon dioxide emissions will nearly double by 2040, trapping heat in the atmosphere and helping cause a steady rise in global temperatures.
  • April 8 - Greenland Melt May Swamp LA, Other Cities, Study Says - National Geographic
    According to a new climate change study, the melting of Greenland's ice sheet would raise the oceans by seven meters (23 feet), threatening to submerge cities located at sea level, from London to Los Angeles.
  • January 21 - N. America, Europe to cool as world warms? - CNN.com
    Parts of Europe and North America could get drastically colder if warming Atlantic ocean currents are halted by a surprise side-effect of global warming, scientists said on Wednesday. The possible shut-down of the Gulf Stream is one of several catastrophic changes -- ranging from collapses of fish stocks to more frequent forest fires -- that could be triggered by human activities, they said in a book launched in Sweden.
  • January 7 - Study sees mass extinctions via warming - MSNBC News
    The sweeping new analysis, enlisting scientists from 14 laboratories around the globe, found that more than one-third of 1,103 native species they studied could vanish or plunge to near extinction by 2050 as climate change turns plains into deserts or alters forests. It did not examine marine species.
  • October 2 - World oil and gas 'running out' - CNN International
    The world's oil reserves are up to 80 percent less than predicted, a team from Sweden's University of Uppsala says. Production levels will peak in about 10 years' time, they say.
  • Sept. 9, 2003 - Report Finds Global Warming Taking a Toll on Parks; Saving Natural Treasures Demands New Policies on Heat-Trapping Gases - US NewsWire
    World Wildlife Fund (WWF) today warned that reductions in heat-trapping gas emissions from burning fossil fuels are urgently needed to protect treasured national and state parks from global warming. The warning comes as WWF releases a new report on the latest scientific research on warming and parks at a 10-year global forum of park managers, scientists and policymakers now underway in South Africa.
  • May 1, 2003 - Global Warming Troubles Qinghai-Tibet Railway Construction - People's Daily, China
    Research produced by the Chinese Academy of Sciences indicated that the perennial frozen earth on the plateau is now five to seven meters thinner than 20 years ago, while about 10 percent of the plateau's frozen earth had vanished.
  • March, 2003 - Frozen Assets - Stanford University
    What is Antarctica good for? Research, for one thing. And as concerns about global warming increase, the coldest place on Earth has become a scientific hot spot.
  • Feb. 28 - Cost of water catastrophes grows - Scripps Howard News Service
    Countries need to better plan for extreme weather events that most climate scientists forecast will increase in coming decades because of global warming if they are to forestall even greater economic losses, the report said.
  • Jan. 3 - Animals, plants show fast response to Global Warming - SF Chronicle
    Gradual warming over the past century has forced a global movement of animals and plants northward, and it has sped up such perennial spring activities as flowering and egg hatching across the globe -- two signals that the Earth and its denizens are dramatically responding to a minute shift in temperature, studies from Stanford University and the University of Texas at Austin conclude.
  • Dec. 11 - New Zealand signs Kyoto treaty, says it is a business opportunity
    Prime Minister Helen Clark signed the Kyoto Protocol on climate change saying it would boost innovation in New Zealand business and agriculture.
  • Dec. 11 - Canada Faces Implementing Kyoto Changes - ABC News
    Canada on Track to Approve Kyoto Protocol, Now Must Tackle Process of Implementation
  • Dec. 6 - Climate Change Surprise: High Carbon Dioxide Levels Can Retard Plant Growth
    Researchers conclude that elevated atmospheric CO2 actually reduces plant growth when combined with other likely consequences of climate change – namely, higher temperatures, increased precipitation or increased nitrogen deposits in the soil.

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