|doc-title||Cloud Forest Trees Drink From the Fog|
|quote||Because climate change has also been projected to influence where the fog forms, Goldsmith and his colleagues hunted for clues to how the dry season fog influenced the trees by looking for a rarely studied talent among plants called foliar uptake -- the ability to absorb water through leaves in addition to the roots. Since 1950, scientists have discovered 40 species that absorb water through their leaves. 'I think what we're going to see,' Goldsmith says, 'is the more we look for it the more we'll find it.'|
|source||Sean Treacy in Science Magazine|
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