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Greenhouse Gas Emissions

The discharge of greenhouse gases, such as carbon dioxide, methane, nitrous oxide and various halogenated hydrocarbons, into the atmosphere. Combustion of fossil fuels, agricultural activities and industrial processes contribute to the emissions of greenhouse gases. [NALT] [AGROVOC]

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Air Pollution Removal and Temperature Reduction by Gainesville's Urban Forest

FR278/FOR216 by Francisco Escobedo, Jennifer A. Seitz, Wayne Zipperer, and Basil IannoneJuly 28th, 2021The urban forest can help improve air quality by removing pollutants and by reducing air temperature through shading and transpiration, but tree maintenance-related pollution emissions can indirectly contribute to ozone formation and pollutants. This fact sheet presents the results of a study estimating air pollution removal by urban trees in Gainesville, Florida.

Greenhouse Gas Emissions in the Everglades: The Role of Hydrologic Conditions

SS501/SL288 by Alan L. Wright and K. R. ReddyMarch 5th, 2021

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