Salt marsh fairy circles go from rings to bullseyes to adapt to stress

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The most famous so-called fairy circles are grass-ringed patches of barren earth found in Namibia and Australia. Their lesser-known cousins – transient rings of plants found in Chinese salt marshes –could help explain why these patterns naturally form and may be indicators of ecosystems resilient to climate change.

Period5-Feb-2021 → 25-Feb-2021

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