British scientists warn: the stamina of the Amazon forest is running out

While the world’s focus is on Corona and the Russia-Ukraine conflict, scientists have issued a dire warning for the Amazon rainforest. According to a recent study published in the journal Nature, three-quarters of the Amazon is on the verge of self-destruction.

According to scientists, the burned forest will never be able to recover, implying that it will become plains. Even humans will be powerless to assist Amazon.

Due to a lack of rain, the forest will dry up and a fire will erupt.

When there is less forest, there is less rain.

The Amazon forest’s endurance is being harmed by illegal tree felling and global warming. The entire rain process is being negatively impacted as a result of these factors. According to research, there will come a time when the Amazon region receives very little rain. As a result, the forest will dry out on its own, potentially resulting in a fire. When there is less forest, there is less rain. Amazon will self-destruct if it is caught in this dreadful cycle.

Scientists from the University of Exeter in England extracted 25 years of satellite data for this study. Researchers wanted to know how the Amazon rainforest copes with climate change. Natural disasters, deforestation, human activities, and abrupt seasonal changes all had an impact on the Amazon, according to the researchers. When the Amazon will be completely destroyed is being researched.

Since the year 2000, Amazon’s stamina has been dwindling.

The forest’s endurance has now been depleted over a 200-kilometer area.

According to researchers, the Amazon forest’s long life has been coming to an end since the year 2000. The forest’s stamina refers to how the forest recovers from natural disasters and difficulties. The trees and plants of the forest, the rivers, and the animals that live there are all at risk of extinction if the recovery is delayed or not.

According to scientists, an area of 200 km within the forest has reached the end of its endurance. It is a semi-arid region with little rainfall.

Government policies have the potential to save Amazon.

The Amazon forests will be much better conserved if they are left to the locals and tribals.

According to the scientists involved in the study, the first step in saving the Amazon is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Brazil will hold presidential elections in October of this year. It could determine the fate of the Amazon forest within Brazil, as current President Jair Bolsonaro has shown little interest in environmental protection.

The conservation of the Amazon forests coming out of Brazil will be much better if 40% of them are left to the locals and tribals. Scientists estimate that if the Amazon forest burns, 9 billion tonnes of carbon dioxide will be released into the atmosphere, rapidly increasing global warming.

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