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THE NATION; Soot may play big role in climate; A new study says that black carbon pollution contributes more to global warming than previously thought.
Los Angeles Times - Los Angeles, Calif.
Subjects: Climate change; Studies; Forest & brush fires; Diesel fuels; Global warming; Carbon black; Air pollution
Author: Abdollah, Tami
Date: Mar 25, 2008
Start Page: A.10
Section: Main News; Part A; National Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

Black carbon pollution, or soot, produced by burning wood, coal, cow dung and diesel fuel, may be a much greater contributor to global warming than previously suspected, according to a study released this week.

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