As tree growth slows during a drought, it decreases a tree’s ability to take in enough carbon to stay alive. When the tree doesn’t reverse this trend, the health progressively declines and over time it slowly dies. These declines are more gradual than the unfavorable die-offs that have become increasingly common after major droughts, but…
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