Soaring carbon levels turn deserts green

06/4/2013 | LiveScience.com

Increasing atmospheric carbon levels are serving as natural fertilizer, boosting leaf cover on desert plants by 11% over the past 28 years, according to a study. Scientists also believe that increasing carbon levels could help forests recolonize grasslands.

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