News about Amazon research

A recent study led by Eduardo Maeda is featured at the Faculty of Science research news:

The study combines satellite data and hydrological measurements for studying the consequences of extreme climatic events in the Amazon forest. “The researchers fear that, if climate scenarios are proven right, a permanent change in the western Amazon may start to take place within 10 years.”

See also:
Article in Geophysical Research Letters, 16.9.2015, Disruption of hydroecological equilibrium in southwest Amazon mediated by drought.