Brazil's Mato Grosso state produces the same amount of soybeans as Iowa and Illinois put together, but it is also home to lush Amazon rainforest — one of the richest but most vulnerable ecological treasures on Earth.
Using satellite imagery and unique ground-based information, the interface between highly mechanized agriculture and rainforest in Mato Grosso has been shown with exceptional granular detail in a new study led by Jude Kastens, research associate professor at the Kan
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