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- Guardiola-Claramonte, M., et al. Show all 7 Authors
- Journal of hydrology 2011 v.406 no.3-4 pp. 225-233
- Pinus edulis; basins; canopy; climate; climate change; die-off; overland flow; overstory; solar radiation; stream flow; trees; vegetation; water resources; Southwestern United States
- ... Drought- and infestation-related tree die-off is occurring at regional scales and is projected to increase with global climate change. These large-scale changes in vegetation are expected to influence hydrological responses, but the ecohydrological consequences of die-off have rarely been studied empirically and consequently remain uncertain. Here we evaluate observed hydrologic responses to recen ...