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West Africa forest biomass 'on rise despite drought'
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26 August 2012
On 26 August 2012 BBC News reported:
The carbon storage capacity of protected forests in West Africa has increased despite the region suffering a 40-year drought, a study suggests. A team of UK and Ghanaian researchers found that the tree composition in these areas favoured species that were able to cope with drier conditions. 'Despite the long-term drought, there was no biomass loss in the forests. In fact, the biomass actually increased during that period,' explained co-author Sophie Fauset from the University of Leeds. The findings have been published in the journal Ecology Letters.
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