Created 09/06/2012 - 8 months ago
A new study has found that destruction of the world’s tropical forests may significantly reduce regional rainfall across large regions, a phenomenon researchers say could have devastating effects for people living in and around the Amazon and Congo basins. Using satellite observations of rainfall...
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Nature study: deforestation may reduce tropical rainfall in Amazon & Congo by 21% by 2050. #dominoeffect http://t.co/W82htDa6
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