Trouble in the nitrogen cycle

by JGordon on Oct. 08th, 2010

We've talked about "planetary boundaries" on Science Buzz before—natural thresholds past which life gets tricky. There's a new study out on one of those boundary areas: the nitrogen cycle.

The article behind the link talks about why nitrogen is important, how it's dangerous, and what we can do to let natural self-correcting systems kick in for the nitrogen cycle.

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