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In the news!!!

Updated: 2 days ago

Originally published December 19, 2014



A special on Molly Cavaleri and TRACE


Read about Molly and her new forest warming project in Puerto Rico.

http://up.secondwavemedia.com/features/climateresearch111214.aspx

TRACE PI Molly Cavaleri with grad students Alida Mau and Kelsey Carter.

Collaboration in action

Michigan Technological University researchers are joining US Forest Service and US Geological Survey scientists in the only tropical rainforest in the United States!

Read about it here!

http://www.azocleantech.com/news.aspx?newsID=20539


Michigan Tech graduate student Alida Mau in Puerto Rico's El Yunque National Forest

Molly Cavaleri talks TRACE


Our very own Dr. Molly Cavaleri discusses TRACE and our recently funded Department of Energy grant!

Read more about what Molly had to say!!

http://www.mtu.edu/news/stories/2014/june/will-climate-change-hurt-tropical-rainforests-scientists-study-effects-warming-puerto-rican-forest.html


Three women scientists are spearheading a new study of climate change and tropical forests. From the left, Sasha Reed, Tana Wood and Molly Cavaleri. Photo: Alida Mau

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