Scientists to Study Drought-Stricken Trees
Research scientists in the Texas A&M ecosystem science and management department will lead a study of trees killed during the drought of 2011 and 2012.
Research scientists in the Texas A&M ecosystem science and management department will lead a study of trees killed during the drought of 2011 and 2012. Texas forests suffered a tree mortality rate more than nine times greater than normal, with the largest trees suffering most. The study is funded by NASA's Rapid Response and Novel Research in Earth Science program. (AgriLife Today)
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