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In this paper, Gillefalk and colleagues present an ecohydrological
modelling study of an urban area in Berlin, Germany, containing three
parks. They show that trees are the major source of
evapotranspiration in urban areas and that green spaces affect the
urban microclimate.

Gillefalk et al. (2022) Estimates of water partitioning in complex
urban landscapes with isotope‐aided ecohydrological modelling,
Hydrological Processes, in press.

doi.org/10.1002/hyp.14532

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