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Climate Change
7:00 am
Tue September 17, 2013

Biologists Studying Climate Change in Peru Discover Trees on the Move

Wake Forest biology Professor Miles Silman, co-founder of the Andes Biodiversity and Ecosystem Research Group, hiking downslope through Manu National Park in southern Peru.
Justin Catanoso

  Manu National Park in southern Peru is known as the most biologically diverse place on earth. It’s also a perfect laboratory for scientists to study the impact of global warming on tropical forests. 

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