Trees are dying of thirst in the Western #drought – here’s what’s going on inside their veins — The Conversation — Coyote Gulch

Juniper trees, common in Arizona’s Prescott National Forest, have been dying with the drought.Benjamin Roe/USDA Forest Service via APDaniel Johnson, University of Georgia and Raquel Partelli Feltrin, University of British Columbia Like humans, trees need water to survive on hot, dry days, and they can survive for only short times under extreme heat and dry…

Trees are dying of thirst in the Western #drought – here’s what’s going on inside their veins — The Conversation — Coyote Gulch

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