British forests forever changed by 1976 drought, research suggests

07/26/2013 | BBC

Researchers believe that British forests were permanently altered by a drought in 1976, which was the most severe in the region between 1914 and 2006. Drought-sensitive beech trees, which were dominant at the time, were hit hardest and haven't recovered, according research published in the journal Functional Ecology.

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