On the thawing tundra, researchers race to understand black carbon’s climate impact

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The wood and fossil fuels we burn affect extreme warming in the Arctic, and solutions begin with understanding how and how much. Researchers like Tate Barrett, a post-doctoral fellow working in Alexandra Ponette-Gonzalez’ lab at UNT, are helping to find the solution. Barrett is part of the UNT research on oak trees capturing black carbon and acting as urban air filters.


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