Global warming could wipe out microbes that 'make life possible' | RTCC Climate Change News
Global warming could be about to affect one of the most important communities on the planet: the tiny microbes that make life possible for the rest of creation.
We know that CO2 is plant food; that greenhouse operators typically raise the CO2 level from the 300-400 ppm that naturally occurs in the air to 1200-1500 ppm; and that the deserts are greening as a result of rising CO2.
The question is: What effect does CO2 have on these "microbes that make life possible"? Maybe someone over at co2science.org can answer that question. Here's a site search:
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