Smithsonian marks 100 years of climate reserach on a troipcal island in Panama

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On an jungle island created over 100 years ago by the construction of the Panama Canal, some of the most comprehensive climate research into tropical forests around the world is taking place. It’s being conducted by the Smithsonian, an institution more famous for historic museums along the Mall in Washington, D.C. Senior national and environmental correspondent Ben Tracy has more.


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