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Dr. André Nel, UCLA Professor of Public Health, Medicine and Pediatrics, commented Mar. 13 in an 89.3 KPCC (NPR) article about the possibility of elevated pollen levels as a result of climate change.
The changing climate may lead to higher pollen levels in the future, according to Dr. André Nel, Professor of Medicine, Pediatrics and Public Health at UCLA.
"As the global temperature and CO2 levels increase plant pollination, cycles have become longer and more intense and record pollen counts become routine," he said.