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A mixture of urban tree species best for removing atmospheric ozone

Researchers tested the seasonal and annual removal of ozone by three types of trees; evergreen broadleaf, deciduous broadleaf, and conifer. These results demonstrate that tree types play complementary roles in stabilizing ozone removal over time and across different environmental conditions.

Authors
F. Manes, G. Incerti, E. Salvatori
Date Published
May 2012
Publisher
European Commission DG ENV
Issue
News Alert Issue 282
Resource Format
Pamphlet/Flyer/Factsheet
Sub-Topics
Research (applied), Environmental Services, Ozone and NOx, Ecosystem Management
State(s)/Region(s)
International
Indexed By
SO
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