How do trees control noise pollution?
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Trees can reduce noise pollution by absorbing sound waves and dampening the sound. Trees act as a physical barrier, blocking sound waves and providing a noise buffer between sources of sound pollution and nearby living spaces. Trees can also absorb sound energy, dampening the sound and reducing noise levels. Planting dense rows of trees or using staggered rows of trees can further reduce noise levels.