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Just How Good Are Trees At Storing Carbon?04:28
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Forests play a major role in curbing carbon emissions. Trees suck up carbon dioxide, release oxygen and store that leftover carbon in their trunks. As Connecticut Public Radio's Patrick Skahill (@ptskahill) reports, scientists say measuring just how much carbon is in a tree is a tricky business.

This segment aired on January 7, 2019.

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