Seattle students study heavy metals with the Forest Service | US Forest Service

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The moss Orthotrichum lyellii. Because moss doesn’t have roots. it absorbs nutrients – and pollution – through moisture in the air. Students in Seattle, Washington used moss as a screening tool to identify sites with high pollution levels. (USDA Forest Service photo by Sarah Jovan)Air is a critical resource for many living things, including people….

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