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A four by four vehicle carrying equipment into the Amazon over a narrow bridge made of logs.

As an ecologist, Dr Julia Tavares often has to consider how to collect data from remote locations.

The Amazon rainforest with light pouring through the canopy.

A collaboration involving 80 scientists has identified the regions of the Amazon rainforest where trees are most likely to face the greatest risk from drier conditions brought about by climate change.

A fallen tree in the Amazon rainforest

A team of Brazilian and British scientists have discovered that extreme wind and water-deficiency are the main causes of tree death in the southern Amazon.