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Scientific evidence indicates that the co2 added to the air by
the burning of wood and fossil fuels is

contributing to global
warming, a rise in global temperature. tropical rain forests are

estimated to be responsible for approximately 20% of global

photosynthesis, yet the consumption of large amounts of co2

by living trees is thought to make little or no net contribution

to reduction of global warming. why might this be? (hint:

what processes in both living and dead trees produce co2? )

Answers

  • Réponse publiée par: abbigail333
    From northeast wind praiviling until early
  • Réponse publiée par: axelamat70

    they are thick and gooey and resist flowing. their high volatile content makes them potentially highly explosive. because mafic lava is low viscosity, when it erupts from a volcano it flows downslope away from the vent, gradually cooling and crystallizing. they don't have the stereotypical steep volcanic cone shape.

  • Réponse publiée par: molinamaureen080693
    False. phosphorus-32 is the most hazardous radioactive isotopes and regarded as a high-energy emitter. additionally, sulphur-35 is known as a medium-energy emitter.
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