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Auburn study suggests air pollution makes southern forests special

A recently published study headed by Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences professor Hanqin Tian suggests that the carbon and nitrogen emissions we call air pollution are actually speeding the growth of forests across the southeast.

The finding were the subject of a Tuesday segment on the Fox News Channel.


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