Drones help solve forest carbon capture riddle

December 18, 2023

The basic premise is simple: woodlands suck in and store carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas that is the largest contributor to climate change. So these too are collected for analysis, which Elliott says shows their reforested plots store carbon at levels close to undamaged woodland nearby. Woodlands suck in and store carbon dioxide, the greenhouse gas that is the largest contributor to climate change. The stakes are high at a time of fierce debate about whether existing estimates of the world's forest carbon capacity are right. The urgency of the question is driving fast developments, including the launch next year of the European Space Agency's Biomass satellite, designed to monitor forest carbon stocks.

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