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Stanford Research Finds Drought Alters Mammoth Mountain’s Carbon Dioxide Emissions

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“This really shows how the solid Earth is coupled to climate and the things that go on at the surface,” said Hilley, professor of geological sciences in Stanford’s School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences (Stanford Earth). “Droughts can change the way in which volcanoes breathe.”

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