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Surprising News: Drylands Are Not Getting Drier As Predicted by Climate Scientists

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New Columbia Engineering study—first to investigate the long-term effect of soil moisture-atmosphere feedbacks in drylands—finds that soil moisture exerts a negative feedback on surface water availability in drylands, offsetting some of the expected decline

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