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Younger trees more vigorously absorb carbon dioxide
from the atmosphere.  But as trees age, their use of
oxygen tends to catch up to their use of carbon dioxide. 
Also, older forests and older trees usually have more
decomposers, which consume oxygen and give off
carbon dioxide. 

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