Texas A&M Forest Service survey shows 301 million trees killed by droughtDate: October 15th, 2012
Source: Texas A&M Forest Service
A Texas A&M Forest Service survey of hundreds of forested plots scattered across the state shows 301 million trees were killed as a result of the devastating 2011 drought.
The number was determined by a study of both on-the-ground tree health assessments collected during a three-month period earlier this year and satellite imagery from before and after the drought.
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