Flooding and drought: Brazil lacerated by oposing climate extremes

May 9, 2012BRAZILWhile a swath of the Brazilian Amazon is under a state of emergency with one of the worst floods ever, the country’s northeastern region is suffering through its worst drought in the last 30 years. –Reuters
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4 Responses to Flooding and drought: Brazil lacerated by oposing climate extremes

  1. merle says:

    Deforestation= frequent flooding= soil erosion. Cut trees=carbon released from trees=carbon dioxide in atmosphere=increased levels of CO2 =warmer air=warmer earth. It’s elementary my dear Watson!

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  2. Thomas says:

    I’d much rather be one of the cows in the first picture, they seem to unaffected by their circumstances, then the one in the second pic.

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  3. yamkin says:

    Severe Drought Grips Brazil’s Northeastern Region – 2012

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  4. yamkin says:

    Brazilians Battle Rising Flood Waters – May 2012

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