Scientists have shown in 3D, as drought affects the Amazon (video)
This will help better track the response of plants to climate change.
NASA experts with the help of high-precision instrument making 300 thousand laser pulses per second could make the first 3D measurements of the Amazon rain forest in Brazil.
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The scientist was extremely important to assess the impact of the phenomenon El Nino, which causes drought and General climate warming and, consequently, the loss of trees.