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How a Rise in One Degree Celsius Impacts Tropical Rainforest Ecosystems

Professor Pierre-Michel Forget, Professor of Tropical Ecology, Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle

30-Mar-15 14:00

How a Rise in One Degree Celsius Impacts Tropical Rainforest Ecosystems

Evidence is mounting that a warmer world will lead to greater mortality of certain tropical forest species during increasingly common heat waves. Professor Pierre-Michel Forget, a Professor of Tropical Ecology at the Muséum National d’Histoire Naturelle, joins us to discuss how a rise in just one degree Celsius, is already impacting tropical rainforest ecosystems.


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