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El Nino and the rainforest

The monster El Nino in the Pacific is inflicting a severe drought on Papua New Guinea and elsewhere in the Pacific and…

El Nino and the rainforest
AMAZON DROUGHT LEVELS SIMILAR TO 2005

A massive drought in the Amazon in the late summer, is still having an impact 3 months later with scientists…

AMAZON DROUGHT LEVELS SIMILAR TO 2005
World's highest big lake approaching drought conditions

Massive and majestic, the world’s largest high-altitude lake, Lake Titicaca, is approaching crisis point as its water levels are now…

World’s highest big lake approaching drought conditions
Amazon water levels hit extreme low

According to the Peruvian Navy based near the city of Iquitos, the world largest river descended to levels lower than…

Amazon water levels hit extreme low
Amazon tolerates extreme weather

A recent study, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, suggests that the relatively undisturbed areas of…

Amazon tolerates extreme weather
Millions of trees killed by single rainforest storm

A single Amazon storm killed half a billion trees in January 2005, according to a recent study. Although it has…

Millions of trees killed by single rainforest storm
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