Forests’ Effect on the Water Cycle
Hosted by the Regenerative Water Alliance
Oct 6th Thu, 9am -10:30am (Pacific Time)
We will have a roundtable discussion on how forests impact the water cycle through rainfall capture, humidity increase, evapotranspiration, bio-precipitation, groundwater replenishment, cloud creation, and windbreaks. Topics of discussion will also include how deforestation in Amazon affects rain, how deforestation in Pakistan affected floods, and what we can do about these situations.
Sieger Burger will give a short talk on forests and the water cycle. Sieger Burger is a geo-hydrologist-turned-landscape-restorer from the Netherlands and is based in Kampala Uganda, where he is exploring the multiple interactions between soil, water, vegetation, and climate. He writes a blog about food, soil, and water (you have the option to turn on translation to English on the blog).
- Zoom Call: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/4387884267?pwd=Qk1Ob0RIbjhEQzBCcWpyazFXVG1QUT09
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