Forests Do Not Only Absorb CO2 But Affect Cooling Of Earth, Too
Science Times (March 29, 2017)

Researchers have found out that forests and trees do not only absorb the carbon dioxide emissions of the world but they cool the Earth in other ways too. The forests also regulate the exchange of energy between the surface and the atmosphere.

The study, which was published in the journal "Nature Climate Change", has stated that lawmakers and legislators should really think about the forest and what they are doing to them. Trees and the forest affect the climate change big time as they affect not only the atmosphere but other parts of the world too, said the authors of an international study. The researchers wanted to know what exactly is it that makes the climate change react that way to the different ecosystems in Earth, Ohio State University reported.

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