Brazilian scientists have detected a substantial reduction in vehicular pollution in São Paulo, a South American megacity with over 11 million inhabitants, using a rather unconventional technique – chemical analysis of the tree rings of tipuana (Tipuana tipu), an urban deciduous tree common in Brazil Read the full article at the ESA’s Scientific Journal, Frontiers In Ecology and the Environment
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