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Results of Eight-Year Climate Experiment: Danish Heath Vegetation Increases CO2 Uptake As Atmospheric Concentration Rises
September 07, 2019
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, Sept. 7 [TNSmedicalresearch] -- The University of Copenhagen issued the following news:

In a unique experiment, researchers from the University of Copenhagen, DTU and Aarhus University have simulated future climate change on a heath in Jaegerspris, Denmark. The heath was exposed to increased CO2, higher temperatures and less rainfall. Despite the change in climate, the plants captured more CO2, which eventually ended up getting stored as carbon in the soil.

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