The Atlantic Ocean holds the key to western Amazon rainfall

In 2010, catastrophic fires ravaged huge tracts of the western Amazon, a region of rainforest that until just a few years earlier was considered beyond the reach of serious drought. Those flames followed the major fires of 2005, which were also caused by extreme drought. Both of these conflagrations imperilled communities and livelihoods, sending massive... Read more

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