Study: Climate change causing trees to use less water

National Public Radio: Some trees seem to be adapting to climate change by using less water, according to a study by a team of researchers from several universities, including Indiana University, that was recently published in the journal Nature. Using atmospheric devices on a 150-foot tower in the Morgan-Monroe State Forest, IU researchers measured how much water vapor and gases were being absorbed and released by the forest. That information, combined with similar data from forests around the world, has led researchers......

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