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The wood wide web: What is it and how does it work?

Trees are connected to each other by a huge underground network through which they can exchange information. But why is this crucial for the survival of forests and how is climate change affecting connectivity?

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Interviewee featured in this episode:

Thomas Crowther, ecologist and professor at ETH Zurich

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