How much carbon dioxide does a mature maple tree convert into oxygen a year?

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    A mature tree can absorb as much as 48 pounds of carbon dioxide each year, and can be capable of producing enough oxygen to support two people for a year.

    The amount of oxygen produced varies depending on factors like water, weather and sun exposure. A large, mature tree can release about 244.55 pounds of oxygen in a year according to one estimate.

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