October 9, 2014 Rhett Jones

A study of Central Park’s soil has found 167,000 different microbial life forms. Such a wide variety of distinct soil communities is usually found among many, different geographical areas around the world, but they’re all here, in a 843-acre park. Central Park soils harbored nearly as many distinct soil microbial phylotypes and types of soil communities as we found in […]

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