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Thu September 25, 2014
Serious Threat Exists in Tropical Forests
Tropical forests play a critical role in the health of our environment. About one third of the carbon dioxide in the world is stored in the trees and plant life in the forests.
But research led by a UW-Milwaukee biologist Stefan Schnitzer shows that storage system is at risk because of a serious threat that exists in tropical forests.
This interview originally aired June 19, 2014.