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Plantation Trees & Water Use

Created on 03 March 2011
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Plantations use significant amounts of water and South Africa is an arid country. In this documentary Arthur Chapman from OneWorld Sustainable Investments (previously CSIR) takes us on a tour and shares with us the background of seventy years of hydrological research in the Jonkershoek Valley and how the paired catchment experiments work, and how much water trees really use.

Produced by: Ecodoc Africa/ GeaSphere
Year: 2010
Language: English



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