Global patterns of rainfall partitioning by invasive woody plants

Juan Ignacio Whitworth-Hulse, Patricio N. Magliano, Sebastián R. Zeballos, Sebastián Aguiar & Germán Baldi
Aim: Invasive species have the potential to alter hydrological processes by changing the local water balance. However, general patterns of how rainfall is partitioned into interception, throughfall and stemflow for invasive species worldwide have been seldom explored. We (a) describe the percentage of interception, throughfall and stemflow for the invasive woody plant species; (b) analyse the influence of morphological attributes (i.e., life-form, bark roughness, leaf type, leaf phenology and leaf area index) of invasive species...
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