Astonishing anti-Greenhouse effects of Tropical Cyclones in SE United States

Underlining the ecological value of forests assets, this is, in scale terms, an unexpected example of Nature’s magnificent ability to compensate for challenges mankind throws at it.  It isn’t just that tropical cyclones in the SE United States have been found substantially to increase forest photosynthesis/growth – and thus uptake of carbon. Nor is it that this captures more carbon than all vehicles on U.S. roads produce in a given year. The stunning finding is that it actually exceeds that amount by two orders of magnitude.

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