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How many acres of Rain Forest have been cleared in South America this year?



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The most precise estimates are available from NASA. "Science News" magazine featured an article on NASA's "Project Pathfinder" this summer. The answer may be found either by finding the "Science News" article (in your library), or by calling the National Technical Information Service at (703) 487-4780 and ask for a list of NASA publications on project pathfinder rain forest observations.

Don Libby



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