"Measurements of Fog Water Deposition on the California Central Coast"
written by Cyrus Hiatt, Daniel Fernandez, Christopher Potter,
published by Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, Vol.2 No.4, 2012
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[21] Foliar uptake of fog in coastal California shrub species
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[22] The Impact of Rainfall on Soil Moisture Dynamics in a Foggy Desert
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[23] Assessment of the Immediate Impacts of the 2013-2014 Drought on Ecosystems of the California Central Coast
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