14 Sep '11, 9am

The World’s Oldest Carbon Experiment

The World’s Oldest Carbon Experiment

One clear effect has been a change in which plants can grow in the environment. While higher CO2 levels are theoretically better for plants that convert it to energy, the scientists have seen a change in the plants growing with higher atmospheric carbon, especially when comparing photos of the environment when the experiment began. “You can see the species shift in this picture,” said Gary Peresta, a Smithsonian environmental engineer. “When we started it was all grass, and now you see all the sedges (a type swamp grass) moved in there.”

Full article: http://cleantechnica.com/2011/09/14/the-worlds-oldest-car...

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