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As global temperatures warm, scientists say that in both Australia and the Arctic natural processes are at work to help mitigate the increased heat.
Soil slows global warming by absorbing some climate-heating carbon dioxide—but not as much as scientists presumed, new research shows.
Scientists in the U.S. expect the rise in temperature in the Arctic by the end of the century will be more than six times greater than the globally agreed safety threshold.
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