: Drought and fire are reducing ability of Amazon Rainforest to store carbon

Drought and fire are reducing ability of Amazon Rainforest to store carbon

Fri February 7th, 2014

New research published in Nature adds further evidence to the argument that drought and fire are reducing the Amazon’s ability to store carbon, raising concerns that Earth’s largest rainforest could tip from a carbon sink to a carbon source.

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