Half of the Amazon's rain comes from the forest's own moisture. Could it also make winds that ferry rain across continents?

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TitleForests supply the world with rain. A controversial Russian theory claims they also make wind.
Degree of recognitionInternational
Media name/outletScience
Media typeWeb
Duration/Length/SizeVol. 368, Issue 6497
Date19/06/20
DescriptionHalf of the Amazon's rain comes from the forest's own moisture. Could it also make winds that ferry rain across continents?
Producer/AuthorFred Pearce
URLhttps://science-sciencemag-org.tudelft.idm.oclc.org/content/368/6497/1302
PersonsR.J. van der Ent

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Half of the Amazon's rain comes from the forest's own moisture. Could it also make winds that ferry rain across continents?

Period19 Jun 2020

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