Sumatran region heats up as forests disappear

by Hans Nicholas Jong Average temperatures in the Indonesian province of Jambi have risen amid clearing of vast swaths of forest, a new study show. Areas that have been clear-cut, mostly for oil palm plantations, can be up to 10 degrees Celsius hotter than forested areas. The warming could make water more scarce and wildfires more
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