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Things are rarely simple April 10, 2007

Posted by Jim Satterfield in Environment.

In another article related to global warming it seems that it isn’t always good to plant trees. Remember, location, location, location. Trees in the subarctic would apparently seem to reduce albedo in areas that do still have snowpack and therefore be a negative for helping with global warming.



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