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Record number 539834
Title What will the Amazon do?: Lasers, satellites and tape measures tell us how the rainforests copes with climate change
Author(s) Verbesselt, J.; Scheffer, M.; Poorter, L.
Source What will the Amazon do?, Wageningen World 4 p.10-15, 2016-11-01, Arno van 't Hoog,
Department(s) WIMEK
Laboratory of Geo-information Science and Remote Sensing
Forest Ecology and Forest Management
Aquatic Ecology and Water Quality Management
Publication type Media appearance
Publication year 2016
About The weather in the Amazon is more often dry nowadays and when it is, the world’s biggest rainforest produces vast quantities of C02. This may be the forest’s death warrant, with serious consequences for the climate. Wageningen researchers see both signs of stress and a surprising degree of resilience.
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