owe ;Vf NEWS AND NOTES FRAGRANCE OF PINE FORESTS been difficult t o prove. "We didn't should not be relied on to keep tem- O SLOW CLIMATE w really wha t the natura l back- HELPS T kno peratures from rising, according to CHANG E groun d was before," Hansso n says. Hansson. "Particles have a lifetime The new work will help researchers Th e fragrance released by trees of u p to a week while the greenhouse in northern pine forests may be a separate human-made influences gases have a lifetime of years to fro m natural effects an d improve significant component in slowing decades. So you can't really use par- climate change, according to re- mathematica l climate models. ticles in some desperate mitigation technique to stop climate change. I search appearing in a Ma y issue of Whil e boreal forests lock up Science. Hans-Christen Hansson carbon and produce particles that don't thin k that's the way to stop the greenhouse gas effect." of th e Air Pollution Laboratory in kee p the atmosphere cool, they Stockholm, Sweden, says that the fragrance particles help to cool the HOUSTO N WEATHER MUSEUM OPENS plane t by
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jul 1, 2006
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