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Acid rain good for trees?

After more than 20 years research, boffins in Michigan have found moderate increases in temperature and nitrogen from atmospheric pollution actually improve forest productivity. Researchers found trees grow faster at higher temperatures and store more carbon at greater concentrations of nitrogen, which is a constituent of acid rain, providing there is sufficient moisture. Andrew Burton, an associate…

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