OSU Leaf Temperature Study Suggest Climate Change Will Reduce Forests’ Ability To Act As Carbon Sink, Leaves Get Too Warm

A new study led by Oregon State University suggests leaves in forest canopies are not able to cool themselves below the surrounding air temperature, likely meaning trees’ ability to avoid damaging temperature increases, and to pull carbon from the atmosphere, will be compromised in a warmer, drier climate.

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