New woodlands can reduce flooding risk within 15 years
from University of Plymouth via Phys.org
The planting of woodlands in upland areas could play a significant role in preventing the flash flooding which has increasingly affected communities across the UK in recent years. A new study by the University of Plymouth has shown that within just 15 years of being planted, native broadleaf trees can have a marked impact on soil's response during extreme weather events.
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