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Black carbon and ozone pollutants may be driving tropical expansion

EU Science for Environment Policy: Air pollution Man-made pollutants may be responsible for the expansion of the tropics in the northern hemisphere, according to recent research. Black carbon aerosols and tropospheric ozone, formed from human activities, are heating the atmosphere and shifting major atmospheric circulation patterns further north, which could create drier conditions in the subtropics. EU Science for Environment Policy: Air pollution

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