Harvard Museum of Natural History

Season 2011 Episode 12.01.11

How Much Can Trees and Forests Slow the Global Warming Increase?

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How Much Can Trees and Forests Slow the Global Warming Increase?
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Much research and debate in the scientific community is devoted to question the impact forests have on in the capture or sequestration of carbon dioxide, the primary gas that causes the climate-warming “greenhouse effect.” Hear two of Harvard’s most active climate researchers tackle the different perspectives on global warming, atmospheric chemist Steven Wofsy and forest ecologist Andrew Richardson. Presented by the Harvard Museum of Natural Historymoreless
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