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Can’t see the water for the trees?

In the wake of the Forest-Water Nexus monitoring workshop that took place in Sweden last week, the need for an integrated approach to forest and water management has been highlighted once more in an article published today by Dr Dalton and colleagues.

The paper introduces us to the issue by asking how we can counter rising carbon dioxide levels and maximize downstream water flow given that they require planting and removing vegetation respectively, or so it is thought. The answer? A better collaborative science that takes into account broader integrated landscape interactions and recognizes water as a resource that trees both require and provide.

Entitled “Can’t see the water for the trees?”, the full article can be accessed here.

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