Marine research in the Brazilian rain forest: Slash and burn practice for centuries as source of stable carbon compounds in the oceans

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Until recent decades the Atlantic Rainforest covered a large area of today’s Brazil from Amazonas to present-day Argentina. In the 1970s, after years of deforestation, this rain forest was almost completely destroyed, mainly replaced by cattle pastures. This study reveals an unexpected aspect of deforestation....
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