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Trees Use Water More Efficiently as CO2 Rises

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Though studies have long predicted that more efficient forest water use would result from increasing levels of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere, biologists, using data collected in the northeastern US, and elsewhere around the world, showed that forests were responding much more than the predictions of even the most state-of-the-art computer models. [Knowing the source of the funding would be helpful, of course. DG]

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