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McAllister on the Cal-IPC reassessment of eucalyptus
Trees Provide Fog Drip to Add Moisture to the Area

ten inches of annual fog drip in the Berkeley Hills

doc-titleWeather of the San Francisco Bay Area (book)
quoteEucalyptus and pine groves planted there [in the Berkeley hills] long ago intercept large amounts of fog and cause a rainlike deposit of moisture. The fog drip during the summer months has been measured at a surprising 10 inches, an amount nearly half as great as the total rainfall ...
sourceenvironmental writer Harold Gilliam