Forests are full of Sunlight: The Energy for Life, featuring Dr. Mark Harmon Public Deposited

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  • Because all life on Earth begins with plants capturing energy from the sun, the living things that you see around you are essentially sunlight. Sunlight energy helps transform carbon dioxide in the air into living plant tissues made of carbon materials such as sugars, starches, and fibers.
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  • Dauer, Jenny. 2009. Forests are full of Sunlight: The Energy for Life, featuring Dr. Mark Harmon. Carbon Cycle Set, Notable Notes in Forest Research, ed. Caryn M. Davis, College of Forestry, Oregon State University, Corvallis. 1 p.
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