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California continues to suffer under a historic drought. The state has received very little rainfall over the past four years.
California is famous for its huge sequoia trees. They are among the largest and oldest living things on Earth.
But scientists say the trees are suffering because of the lack of water.
Now the National Park Service is studying how the drought has affected the sequoias and what can be done to help them survive.
Anthony Ambrose is a tree biologist with the University of California, Berkeley.
One recent day, he slowly climbed up a giant sequoia in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains. The Sierra Nevada range is the only place on earth where sequoias live.
"It's an amazing experience to be able to climb up into these things and know that it's been growing in this same spot for you know a thousand years or more."
Sequoias can grow to a height of over 90 meters tall. The bottom of the tree can be up to 15 meters wide. Some trees are more than 3,000 years old.
加利福尼亚继续遭遇历史性的干旱。过去四年,该州的降雨量一直非常少。
加利福尼亚州以巨大的红杉树著称。它们是地球上最大,最古老的生物之一。
但是科学家表示,由于缺水,这些树木也受到影响。
现在,国家公园管理局正在研究干旱对红杉树造成了什么样的影响,应该怎样帮助它们生存下去。
Anthony Ambrose是加州大学伯克利分校的树木生物学家。
最近一天,他慢慢地爬上加利福尼亚内华达山脉一棵巨大的红杉树上。
“能够爬上这样的大树是一次非常独特的体验,据我们所知,这棵树已经在这里生长了至少1000年。”
红杉树能长到90多米高。树木底部直径可以达到15米。一些树木已经有3000多年的历史。
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