Does a trees bark absorb carbon?

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    Yes!

    To approximate what the trees in your yard are able to absorb, check out this great guide:

    http://www.plant-trees.org/resources/Calculating%20CO2%20Sequestration%20by%20Trees.pdf

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    Yes, the bark of your tree does absorb carbon. Not as much as the leaves, but anywhere that uses the process of photosynthesis absorbs carbon.

    Check out this related question for more information:

    http://greenanswers.com/q/186949/forests-trees-plants/trees/what-part-tree-absorbs-carbon

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