Amazon imperiled by climate change droughts: Study

Epic Times: A massive drought almost eight years ago is still affecting the Amazon rainforest to this day, according to a new study released by NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory. The continued impact of the 2005 drought, which is still affecting an area in the Amazon about the size of the state of California, could possibly be the first telltale signs “of potential large-scale degradation due to climate change,” NASA said in a press release. The laboratory analyzed satellite data collected between 2000 and......

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