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So what’s new and wonderful in the world of high tech? Glad you asked, here goes… * So does antimatter fall up? The answer is a definite maybe. * Facebook Inc. said Wednesday that its […]
The United States has long been among the world’s worst emitters of carbon dioxide, but when accounting for climate in addition to GDP, it is nowhere near the bottom of that list, according to University of Michigan researchers.
Multiple students became ill at a Livonia Middle School, where fire officials say there were slightly elevated levels of carbon dioxide.
A 10-year study that intentionally exposed trees to higher levels of carbon dioxide and ozone found that the trees managed to scrounge enough nitrogen to use the additional CO2 — without causing nitrogen levels in the soil to fall. Instead, leaf litter and other organic matter decomposed more quickly, making more nitrogen available.
Rising carbon dioxide levels associated with global warming may affect interactions between plants and the insects that eat them, altering the course of plant evolution, research at the University of Michigan suggests.
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