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Friday, August 26, 2005

Trees don't suck up carbon dioxide as hoped
Forests do not get a growth spurt from greenhouse gas.
Quirin Schiermeier

Trees don't seem to grow any faster when given an exrtra dose of carbon dioxide, Swiss scientists have found. Their study could shatter the widespread belief that rising concentrations of carbon dioxide may be kept partly in check by blossoming plant growth.


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