Standing dead trees in ‘ghost forests’ contribute to greenhouse gas emissions, study finds

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While standing dead trees in ghost forests did not release as much greenhouse gas emissions as the soils, they did increase GHG emissions of the overall ecosystem by about 25 percent, a new study has found.

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