Pollutants on leaves make trees more likely to dry out, say researchers

Particulate deposits on trees' leaves increase their transpiration and hence their risk of suffering from dehydration, according to a group of international researchers.

by Gavin McEwan
Burkhardt - image: Volker Lannert/Uni Bonn
Burkhardt - image: Volker Lannert/Uni Bonn

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