Record drought alters tree canopy in Texas

10/17/2011 | Washington Times, The

The lack of rainfall in Texas could affect trees for years, this article says. The drought has left trees dry and vulnerable to pests and diseases. "This is just so unprecedented," said Jim Houser of the Texas Forest Service. "We're seeing so many trees die that it's going to affect the forest in a major way."

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