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Water from a Tree's Perspective: Climate Change, Fog and Tension -- What Fails First?

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Title Water from a Tree's Perspective: Climate Change, Fog and Tension -- What Fails First?
Creator Hinckley, Thomas
Subject hydrologic models xylem transpiration plant-water relations evapotranspiration soil-plant-atmosphere interactions water vapor General Circulation Models Soil Vegetation Atmosphere Transfer models climate models hydraulic conductivity fog (meteorology) water height climate change
Description Hinckley will discuss the role of trees and forests in the hydrologic cycle. He will consider three unique aspects: hydraulic redistribution, forest structure and hydrological modifications, and night-time transpiration. He will look at the factors that limit the height of trees, presenting relevant studies that demonstrate these points. Finally, he will consider the impact of climate change on the life cycle of trees.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-04-13T00:24:17Z 2011-04-13T00:24:17Z 2007-04-03
Type Presentation Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16472
Language en_US

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