COOL ZONES. Transfer of moisture by plants from deep layers of soil to the surface cools some regions, such as the rain forests of the Amazon basin, by as much as 2°C (dark blue), according to a comparison of climate models that do and don't include that phenomenon. Other regions (pink) show up as warmer.
Credit: Lee et al.
Found in: Earth Science
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