Transpiration Increases During The Dry Season: Patterns Of Tree Water Use In Eucalypt Open-Forests Of Northern Australia

Heron Publishing
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Tree Physiology, 1999, 19 (9), pp. 591 - 597
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Australian savannas exhibit marked seasonality in precipitation, with more than 90% of the annual total falling between October and May. The dry season is characterized by declining soil water availability and high vapor pressure deficits (up to 2.5 kPa)
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