A new study shows that trees in the Boston region grow faster and store more carbon as biomass the closer they are to developed areas, even when the trees are growing in patchy areas of woods. A study just published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Science shows that forest fragments in New England may sequester much more carbon dioxide than previously predicted.
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