According to UPI reports, the Princeton researchers found that the structured patterns of plant life growth that was encouraged by termite mounds was similar to the design of vegetation that had been organized by diminishing rain fall totals. Both types of patterns feature round, polka-dot style circles of greenery that are backed by dry soil, according to the news agency. Furthermore, the analysis revealed that both mechanisms could be active at the same time in these patterns. While small circles of organized plant life in otherwise dry areas could indicate that the ecosystem is at risk of desertification within the next few years, it could also indicate that termite mounds have helped fight off the drying effects associated with global warming.
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