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October 3 2012
Samples from eight cedar trees in Bolivia have helped shed light on the seasonal rainfall in the Amazon basin over the past century, say researchers.
A study led by UK-based scientists said the data from the trees provided a key tool to assess the natural variation in the region's climate system.
It suggested that tree-rings from lowland tropical cedar provided a natural archive of rainfall data.
The findings appear in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
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