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When drought hits, trees can suffer—a process that makes sounds. Now, scientists may have found the key to understanding these cries for help.
In the lab, a team of French scientists has captured the ultrasonic noise made by bubbles forming inside water-stressed trees. Because trees also make noises that aren't related to drought impacts, scientists hadn't before been able to discern which sounds are most worrisome.
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