Trees are essential for harnessing inland moisture, utilizing it, transpiring it, and aiding in inland precipitation. Water from trees is essential for harnessing inland moisture, utilizing it, transpiring it, and aiding in the continued inland rainfall. Through water cohesion, roots soak ground moisture. During the day, this moisture leaves pores of plants or stomata, adding moisture into the air, which travels downwind until water vapor binds together to form rain.
Dr. Kim Coder of the University of Georgia(2012) writes, “Large groups of water molecules are pulled by surface tension into a round ball to minimize surface area per unit volume. In gravity, tear-drop-shaped droplets are formed as water falls…Water would rather stick to itself than to many surfaces.”
indicated in the northwest and southwest,
wrapping around Airport Road.
The airport can be distinguished by the large X in the southwest corner of the map.