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NATURE

Mapping the Drought | Yosemite Web Exclusive

  • Aired: 03/29/2017
  • 04:43
  • Rating: NR
For California, the last five years have been the hottest and driest in more than a century. As a result, the Carnegie Airborne Observatory was launched to monitor the health of every tree in every forest across the state. The project has identified areas of forest that are more resistant to drought and may serve as refuge for other species.
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Mapping the Drought | Yosemite Web Exclusive
Mapping the Drought | Yosemite Web Exclusive
An air observatory in California is mapping the health of every forest across the state.
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