Worms may be good for the climate after all, scientists say

10/16/2013 | New Scientist

Earthworms have long been blamed for increasing carbon dioxide emissions from soil by facilitating the breakdown of organic matter, but researchers now think worms might have been judged too harshly. Microbes in worms' guts convert organic carbon that stays locked inside soil, scientists report.

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