Trees comb water from cloudscloud forests
Trees of cloud forests contribute to water yield by precipitating water from clouds onto needles, a process known as 'fog drip.'
Ecosystems have stability and resiliencysavannas
Savannahs have functional stability and resiliency due to unique properties of species and their interaction at system level.
Plant species diversity creates long-term stabilityprairie grasslands
Diverse plant species in prairie grasslands support a long-term, stable ecosystem because they exhibit complementary functionality.
Wiry tangles capture foglichens
Lichens in the Namib desert capture water from fog due to their wiry, tangled branching structure.
Rosettes capture fogTillandsia
Leaves of rosette-forming plants capture fog by having a narrow form.
Synthetic solar storageSun Catalytix
Photosynthetically inspired energy storage & artificial photosynthesis.