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Wildfire, water and eucalypts

On the east coast of Australia the water supply reservoirs are mostly found in eucalypt forests, forests that are prone to burning from bushfires. Dr Rachael Nolan, Research Associate in the School of Life Sciences at the University of Technology Sydney, looks at how bushfires affect our water supply.
How much water do trees need?

Dr Melanie Zeppel explains how research into the water usage of trees can be applied to help the environment as well as tell us some crucial information about climate change.
 

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