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, a giant sequoia, is the largest tree (by volume) in the world, standing 275 feet (83.8m) tall with 52,000 cubic feet of wood (1,486.6m).
appear green because chlorophyll absorbs red and blue light energy, causing the green energy to bounce off the leaf’s surface.
food and shelter
In one day, one large tree can lift up to 100 gallons of water out of the ground and discharge it into the air.
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Methuselah, an estimated 4,765-year-old ancient
, is one of the oldest living trees in the world.
Tree shaded surfaces can be 20–45°F (11–25°C) cooler than surfaces in direct sun, helping homeowners reduce summer cooling costs. Find out more about
trees and the environment
Consumers have a 12% higher willingness to pay for goods and services in retail areas that have streetscape greening such as street trees and sidewalk gardens. More on the
benefits of urban greening
Dendrochronology is the dating and study of annual
rings in trees
runoff by capturing and storing rainfall in the canopy and releasing water into the atmosphere through evapotranspiration.
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