The substantial decline in forests dramatically reduced the amount of moisture pulled from deep in the soil and sent skyward by trees -- moisture that typically would have joined that present in the monsoon winds flowing from the ocean. The overall reduction in moisture, in turn, triggered a substantial slump in soil-dampening precipitation, the researchers note.Bwa-ha-ha! Thanks neverdem.
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