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Covers the water relations of plants, from individual cells to stands of plants, the role of mathematical models in eco-hydrology, and explanations of how plants affect patterns and rates of water movement and storage in a variety of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems.
...Fills a much needed market.
- Dr David Gilvear, Stirling University
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