Small to Large Scale Issues in Plant Water Use
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Hinckley will review the role of trees and forests in the hydrologic cycle. He will provide an overview of interception, stream flow, throughfall, evapotranspiration, and individual versus stand and understory versus overstory rates. He will also discuss three interesting tree/stand level issues: night-time transpiration, hydaulic redistribution, and forest structure and hydrological modifications. He will describe studies that illustrate large-scale issues.
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