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Seeing the wood for the trees: how will increased atmospheric CO2 affect forests?

October 2017

CO2 is being pumped into a Staffordshire forests by scientists from the University of Birmingham. Why? To explore the effects of increased greenhouse gas emissions as a result of climate change.

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