Drastic climate change can result in the reduction of soil moisture. This in turn, can affect the agriculture in certain areas.
New research shows that increasing temperatures could essentially change the molecular structure of organic matter found in soil. Organic matter found in soil makes the soil fertile, helps it to support life, aids in retaining moisture, and prevents erosion. Increased temperatures can change the natural decomposition processes found in soil and could make soil less fertile and more susceptible to erosion.
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