Feeding the Future | Three things to know about LEO
North of Tucson, Arizona, in the Sonoran Desert, the last thing you might expect to see is a man-made pyramid jutting out of the unassuming landscape. This facility is known as Biosphere 2, and it is a 3.14-acre laboratory for environmental and climate change research.
And inside that laboratory is the LEO, or the Landscape Evolution Observatory. The LEO is the world’s biggest controlled experiment that helps environmental scientists understand how carbon, water, and energy interact to create soil and evolve land over time.
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