The resource emphasizes how soil affects climate. It highlights the fact that unhealthy soil releases more carbon that has been sequestered, particularly when it is broken up by inversion tilling, deep plowing, sub-soiling, or bulldozing. The material is suggested for teaching because it is informative in gaining a greater understanding of the relationships between soil, carbon, and climate.
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