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Mycorrhizal fungi and the future of forests in a changing climate

Kabir Peay

Kabir Peay’s research is filling critical gaps in our understanding of how mycorrhizal fungi respond to climate change through his use of large-scale DNA sequencing, biogeographic modeling, and manipulative experiments. Mutualisms forged by mycorrhizal fungi critically affect the resistance and resilience of forest trees faced with climate change, which impacts the carbon cycle through effects on plant productivity and the Earth’s massive pool of plant biomass.

Wednesday, 03/08/23


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