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Forests and future water stress in the SoutheastAuthor(s): Stephanie Worley Firley
Source: Forest Landowner, Vol. 68(3): 14-17
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionHow will future water supplies be impacted by a changing climate, an increasing population, and shifting land uses and land cover? Will there be enough water to sustain humans and ecosystems alike? And what can be done to help forests adapt to limited water supplies in the future?
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CitationWorley Firley, Stephanie. 2009. Forests and future water stress in the Southeast. Forest Landowner, Vol. 68(3): 14-17
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