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01-28-2023
Amazon heat drives changes on the other side of the globe
A recent study published in the journal Nature Climate Change has found that, although the Amazon rainforest and the Tibetan Plateau are located on different sides of the globe, changes in the South American ecosystem caused by global warming could trigger changes in the vicinity of the Himalayas. “Logging, road construction, and warming are already today stressing the Amazon rainforest, and will likely do so even more in the future – and while the Amazon region is of course an important Earth system element by itself,...
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