If all cedar trees were eliminated in the states, how would that affect water tables across the south?



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    Not considering the effects this would have on other species in the ecosystem, this would almost certainly increase the amount of water in streams. Trees absorb and hold a huge amount of water. Mass removal of trees would definitely put more water in the soil and bodies of water in the United States.

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