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  • The Surprising Importance of Forests in Global Warming

    Wednesday, August 15, 2007
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    Dr. Shugart provides insight into how the Earth's carbon cycle works and into what still remains unknown about this essential Earth life support system. He discusses the unique importance of Russian forests in the global carbon cycle and presented the unexpected results indicating that climate change might alter the Russian forests in ways that may promote further warming. Dr. Shugart concludes by making the surprising point that Russian compliance with the Kyoto Protocol (by re-growing forests) might, in fact, produce further warming, combating the intent of the protocol.

    Tags: 
    • forest
    • ecology
    • greenhouse
    • effect
    • global
    • carbon
    • budget
    • sink
    • Russia
    • land-cover
    • change
    • warming
    • public lecture
    • global warming
    • climate change
    • deforestation
    • reforestation
    • afforestation

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