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When soil water, although present, is unavailable, as when it is frozen, or when evapotranspiration exceeds plants' uptake of water. See Susiloto and Bellinger (2007) Silva Fennica 41, 2 on morphological and physiological drought.

Subjects: Environmental Science.

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