While drought causes damages to the world, Gérard Moss shows the Amazon “flying rivers”, atmospheric water courses originated in the forest which feed the rains in Brazil and South America.
Terra: ‘Flying Rivers’ transport water from the Amazon to Brazil
Pictures: Bolivian park may have the world's highest biodiversity
September 12, 2012
Madidi National Park in Bolivia may be the world’s most biodiverse place, according to survey by the the Bolivian Park Service and Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS).
InfoAmazonia carry out workshops with communities in Tapajós River region
April 9, 2015
Rede InfoAmazonia project began operations for monitoring of water quality with three workshops with riverside communities in two cities in the Brazilian Amazon. The next step is to install inexpensive sensors created by the project.
Murky Waters: Amazon Destruction Linked to the Largest Belt of Algae on the Planet
March 22, 2021
Scientists are examining why banks of sargassum in the Atlantic have proliferated explosively over the past decade, fouling the Caribbean and extending to the coast of Africa. Growing discharges of organic pollutants from the Amazon River are now believed to be a major cause.