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Volume 6 Issue 3, March 2022

Fire and water

The aftermath of a wildfire in the conifer forests of the Sierra Nevada in California, USA, shows the differential survival of trees, potentially due to variation in sensitivity to water limitation.

See Rao et al.

Image: Krishna Rao. Cover Design: Allen Beattie.

Volume 6 Issue 3

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