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Published on Dec 16, 2014
Until recently most atmospheric scientists were confident that forests don't attract rain. Recent theory and research challenges that confidence, and suggest that forests play a vastly more significant role in maintaining global rainfall patterns than was previously realized. Here Douglas Sheil explains the ongoing controversy and highlights why it matters so much to so many people. Is this really a whole new value for forests?