TITLE

Low-level ozone, plants and global warming

PUB. DATE
October 2007
SOURCE
Ecos;Oct/Nov2007, Issue 139, p8
SOURCE TYPE
Blog Entry
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article reports on the admonition by four Great Britain scientists concerning the impact of the rising near-surface ozone concentration from industrial sources on the plants' productivity. Scientists found out that although global warming is slowed down, such productivity will likely to decline as near-surface ozone concentration increases due to 25% human-related carbon dioxide emissions stored in soil and plants, as their capability to take up carbon dioxide is being hampered by the low-level ozone. Low-level ozone is considered a weak greenhouse gas, which is not acceptable in vegetation. Moreover, the scientists inferred that such effect will likely to trigger global warming.
ACCESSION #
27478022

 

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