Is there less oxygen locally in the winter time because there are fewer leaves?



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    The answer is Yes.

    Not only are there fewer leaves to produce oxygen but there is also O2 uptake as bacteria decompose all the fallen leaves. The concentrations of oxygen decrease so little that it has no impact on human health. Nor is it noticeable by even a trained respiratory expert. The lack of moisture in the air accounts for some of the health problems people notice. More information in the link to the Weather Guys below.

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