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What Will Climate Change Do to Cloud Forests?
The forests of Wayqecha, Peru rely on moisture from clouds to sustain themselves but climate change is moving that cloud layer higher every year. Plant ecologist Dan Metcalfe is in the midst of a bold experiment: by eliminating the cloud layer from a portion of the forest, he is attempting to see what exactly will happen as the cloud forest dries out.
What home means to astronaut Peggy Whitson01:50
This camera could boost the search for alien life01:05
Facebook wants you to buy into VR02:30
Is the octopus an alien?02:05
What the Mt. Kilauea eruptions mean for climate change03:03
The smart cities of tomorrow are already here03:12