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Triggers of tree mortality under drought

  
Nature, Vol. 558, No. 7711. (27 June 2018), pp. 531-539, https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-018-0240-x

Abstract

Severe droughts have caused widespread tree mortality across many forest biomes with profound effects on the function of ecosystems and carbon balance. Climate change is expected to intensify regional-scale droughts, focusing attention on the physiological basis of drought-induced tree mortality. Recent work has shown that catastrophic failure of the plant hydraulic system is a principal mechanism involved in extensive crown death and tree mortality during drought, but the multi-dimensional response of trees to desiccation is complex. Here we focus on the ...

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