Sweat-soaked scientists hack through the Amazon to count carbon

ITAPUÃ DO OESTE, Brazil – The machete-wielding scientists ventured into the Amazon, hacking through dense jungle as the mid-morning temperature soared past 100 degrees Fahrenheit (38 C). Soaked in sweat, the small group of men and women sawed and tore trees limb from limb. They drilled into the soil and sprayed paint across tree trunks….
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