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Trees of Amazon rainforest are 'time capsule' of human history, absorbing details oft their surroundings over hundreds of years
by Aristos Georgiou
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10 February 2020
On 10 February 2020 Newsweek reported:
The tropical forests of the world act as important 'time capsules' of human activity going back hundreds of years, according to a team of researchers. Some tree species in tropical forests have been shown to grow for up to a thousand years. And in this time, they absorb details about their surroundings into their wood, the researchers said.
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