Plant Transpiration & Climate: Why your Silvopasture Matters & What is Missing for Widespread Repair?

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Plant Transpiration & Climate: Why your Silvopasture Matters & What is Missing for Widespread Repair?

Time: July 6, 2021 from 1pm to 2pm
Location: Your computer, Belfast, ME and Czechoslovakia
Phone: (207)338-3301
Event Type: 1hr., zoom
Organized By: Shana Hanson
Latest Activity: Jul 3

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A Zoom conversation with Jan Pokorný, PhD Biologist (ENKI, Czechoslovakia) who co-authored Water for the Recovery of the Climate:A New Water Paradigm Jan and his colleagues have for years studied radiometric and other data on plant/tree transpiration across many ecosystems.  He sees trees and the "small rain cycles" as most pressing and effective solutions to the climate crisis.   Email shanahanson@gmail.com for the link.

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