Trees Write Air Pollution Record In Wood – Scientific American

Trees Write Air Pollution Record In Wood
Scientific American
That acid rain was coming from the sulfur dioxide pollution spewed by coal-fired power plants upwind in states like Ohio. Then, in 1982 or so, about 10 years after passage of the Clean Air Act that cut back on such pollution, the stomata began to reopen.

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