Dennis Hamilton wrote:
"Trees that are growing in a valley will probably have deeper soil to live in than trees growing on the top of a hill or mountain.
Valley trees are also going to have a higher water table than hill or mountain top/side trees, making the valley trees less likely to be stricken by lack of water than the same species up or on top of a hill or mountain."
I am probably missing something, but if the water table is higher in a valley, how can the soil be deeper?
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