Do you know which place is known as "the lungs of the earth"? In fact, "the lungs of the earth" refers to the Amazon rainforest in South America.
On August 23, Beijing time, according to foreign media reports, the Amazon rainforest is burning at an unprecedented rate. The smog spreads to cities beyond 3,000 kilometers. Thousands of fires ravage tropical vegetation, trees and the habitats in the Amazon rainforest. Animals have been turned into ashes. Since August 15, more than 9,500 forest fires have occurred in various parts of Brazil, mainly in the Amazon basin.
Perhaps many people will say that far away will not affect China. This is not the case. The Amazon rainforest is the world's largest rainforest, which consumes a lot of carbon dioxide and prevents climate warming. It is rich in a variety of plants, up to 3 million species. A major fire in the Amazon rainforest is undoubtedly a disaster that affects the world.
So what is the cause of such a big fire in the Amazon rainforest? According to research data, 2019 is likely to be the third hot year in the world since records began. This unprecedented warming has led to a hot and dry climate in the northern hemisphere, where winter snow melts in advance, and hotter air draws water from trees and soil. The reduction in rainfall also makes dry forests vulnerable to burning.
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The constant temperature and humidity chamber can simulate various temperature and humidity environments, providing samples reliability and stability parameters in harsh environments. The fire in the Amazon rain forest has awakened us to the alarm. We protect the environment and protect the earth. We protect ourselves!
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