Category: Deforestation


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Deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest

Researchers keep tabs on deforestation in the Amazon by satellite imagery, but to know the reality of what’s causing it, you have to be on the ground. Watch this video of researchers Robert Walker’s and Eugenio Arima’s recent Amazon adventure. For more about this work, visit “Journey to the Center of the Amazon” at

Deforestation – Revolution World Issue

An in-depth look at the effects of deforestation contributing to ocean acidification and exacerbating climate change, narrated by Rob Stewart, Director of the film Revolution. Today, seventy-five percent of the world’s forests are gone due to deforestation. Plants provide oxygen, shelter, food and medicine, and impact the health and stability other ecosystems, water resources, wildlife

The Deforestation of the Amazon (A Time Lapse)

In this NASA timelapse, satellite images show the rapid deforestation of the amazonian rainforest. Join the conversation on Facebook Add TDC to your circles on Google+ Follow The Daily Conversation on Twitter Tweets by TheDailyConvo Music: “Private Reflection” by Kevin MacLeod: Video Rating: / 5 ENVS 3370 Science Communication Assignment Christie Todd