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Accession 12-068,  Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute,  Clippings, 1983-2007

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute
Title: Clippings
Dates: 1983-2007
Quantity: 2 cu. ft. (2 record storage boxes)
Collection: Accession 12-068
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This accession consists of newspaper and magazine clippings related to the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and its mission, research, and activities. In addition to clippings, materials include reprints as well as published reports and publications by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and its Center for Tropical Forest Science.

Descriptive Entry

This accession consists of newspaper and magazine clippings related to the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and its mission, research, and activities. In addition to clippings, materials include reprints as well as published reports and publications by the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute and its Center for Tropical Forest Science.

This collection is indexed under the following access terms. These are links to collections with related topics, persons or places.

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Subject

Physical Characteristics of Materials in the Collection

Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 12-068, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, Clippings

Container List

Box 1

"Accessing the Canopy: Assessment of Biological Diversity and Microclimate of the Tropical Forest Canopy, Phase I"

Box 1 of 2

"Barro Colorado: Una Isla de Biodiversidade en Panama," Geo: Una Nuevo Vision del Mundo

Box 1 of 2

"Iguanas Verdes: Expertas en Supervivencia," Geo: Una Nueva Vision del Mundo

Box 1 of 2

"Biological Dynamics of Forest Fragments Project," Center for Tropical Forest Science

Box 1 of 2

"Center for Tropical Forest Science"

Box 1 of 2

"Cultivo de Arboles Nativos de Panama: Caoba"

Box 1 of 2

CNC News #3

Box 1 of 2

SI Magazine (Crane)

Box 1 of 2

Kuna Coloring Books

Box 1 of 2

"Strategy for Preserving Tropical Forests," Special Publication Number 2 of the British Ecological Society, 1983

Box 1 of 2

"Lessons from a Ravaged Jungle," International Wildlife, September-October 1986

Box 1 of 2

"Tropical Rainforests: A Disappearing Treasure," Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, 1988

Box 1 of 2

"Clear Cutting Tropical Rainforests," Smithsonian Magazine, April 1988

Box 1 of 2

"Parting the Green Curtain: The Evolution of Tropical Biology in Panama," Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, 1989

Box 1 of 2

"Ecological Effects of a Major Oil Spill on Panamanian Coastal Marine Communities," Science, January 6, 1989

Box 1 of 2

Rubinoff Article, Environment, June 1989

Box 1 of 2

"Short-term Ecological Consequences of a Major Oil Spill on Panamanian Subtidal Reef Corals," 1990

Box 1 of 2

"Problems in the Institutionalization of Tropical Biology: The Case of Barro Colorado Island Biological Laboratory," 1990

Box 1 of 2

"Ants Scream and Trees Commit Suicide," Washington Post National Weekly Edition, January 29-February 4, 1990

Box 1 of 2

"Dealing with Diversity," Trends in Ecology and Evolution, April 1990

Box 1 of 2

"View from the Top" (Crane), Nature, September 1990

Box 1 of 2

"Ascending to Tropical Forest Heaven," Washington Post, September 3, 1990

Box 1 of 2

"Smithsonian's Tropical Niche," Nature, February 1991

Box 1 of 2

"Taste of High Life," Sunday Mail, February 10, 1991

Box 1 of 2

"Mecca for Biologists," Natural Science, March 1991

Box 1 of 2

"Phenomena, Comments, and Notes" (Crane), Smithsonian Magazine, June 1991

Box 1 of 2

"High-wire in the Rain Forest," Popular Science, June 1991

Box 1 of 2

"Crane's Eye View of Tropical Forests," New Scientist, September 1991

Box 1 of 2

"Fathoming the Canopy," BioScience, October 1992

Box 1 of 2

German Marine Article, Geo, November 5, 1992

Box 1 of 2

"Short-term Dynamics of a Neotropical Forest," BioScience, December 1992

Box 1 of 2

"Exploring the Upper Tropical Forest Canopy," Our Planet, 1993

Box 1 of 2

Rolex Awards (Guzman), 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Migration, Gene Glow and Reproductive Isolation Between and Within Morphotypes of the Isopod Excirolana in Two Oceans," Heredity, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Violent World of Corals is Facing New Dangers," New York Times, February 16, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Population Structure and Evolution of Virulence in Nematode Parasites of Fig Wasps," Science, March 5, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"What Might Cause Parasites to Become More Virulent," Science, March 5, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Evolution of Virulence," Nature, April 8, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Drawing the Line" (Kuna Rainforest), Native Peoples, Spring 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Corn's Slow Path to Stardom," Science News, April 17, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Crane with a View," Science, April 30, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Amazing Stories," Economist, May 8, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Paleocologists at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute," Smithsonian Magazine, June 1993

Box 1 of 2

Science, June 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Divergence in Proteins Across the Isthmus of Panama," Science, June 11, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"How Isthmus Made a Difference," Washington Post, June 14, 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Plants Scratch, Claw, and Strangle," Smithsonian Magazine, September 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Bat Research," Quest, Fall 1993

Box 1 of 2

"Some Oil Spills Repeat Harm Again and Again," New York Times, December 21, 1993

Box 1 of 2

Oil Spill Article, Miami Herald, December 26, 1993

Box 1 of 2

Panama Information Packet, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, 1994

Box 1 of 2

"Hanging Out on a Limb," Time Special Issue, 1994

Box 1 of 2

Finnish Crane Article, Luonto, 1994

Box 1 of 2

"New Light on Diversity," Smithsonian Magazine, 1994

Box 1 of 2

"'Living Coastline' Suffers Most from Oil Spills," New Scientist, January 8, 1994

Box 1 of 2

"Gone Batty: Illuminating the Murky World of Tropical Bats," Science News, April 30, 1994

Box 1 of 2

"Tallying the Tropics," Science News, June 1994

Box 1 of 2

"Tending Nature's Garden: How Flora and Fauna Structure Tropical Forests," Science News, September 1994

Box 1 of 2

"Biologists Mast the Treetops, the Real Scene of Forest Action," New York Times, November 22, 1994

Box 1 of 2

"Research in Large, Long-term Tropical Forest Plots," Tree, January 1995

Box 1 of 2

"Corn in the New World: A Relative Latecomer," New York Times, March 7, 1995

Box 1 of 2

"Did Darwin Get It All Right?" Science, March 10, 1995

Box 1 of 2

"Into the Wood," Electric Perspective, March/April 1995

Box 1 of 2

"Tropical Forest Canopy Programme," October 1996

Box 1 of 2

"Los Arrecifes Coralinos," Panama, May 1996

Box 1 of 2

"To Clear the Air," Atlanta Journal Constitution, June 8, 1996

Box 1 of 2

"Craning for a View," Atlanta Journal Constitution, August 3, 1996

Box 1 of 2

"Wrecking the Reefs," Time, September 30, 1996

Box 1 of 2

"A Long Pollen Record from Lowland Amazonia: Forest and Cooling in Glacial Times," Science, October 4, 1996

Box 1 of 2

"Ice-age Rain Forest Found Moist, Cooler," Science, October 4, 1996

Box 1 of 2

"Smithsonian Perspectives," Smithsonian Magazine, October 1996

Box 1 of 2

"Varied Bats of Barro Colorado Island," BioScience, October 1996

Box 1 of 2

"Few Miles of Land Arose From the Sea - and the World Changed," Smithsonian Magazine, December 1996

Box 1 of 2

"Synchronous Spawning: When Timing is Everything," Science, February 21, 1997

Box 1 of 2

"Aprovenchando las Fuerzas de la Naturaleza es Inaugurada Hoy," Nacional, March 6, 1997

Box 1 of 2

"Resurgent Forests Can Be Greenhouse Gas Sponges," Science, July 18, 1997

Box 1 of 2

"Expedition Panama: Science at the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute," Scientific American Frontiers, October 8, 1997

Box 1 of 2

"Why We Need the Fig Wasp," Time, November 1997

Box 1 of 2

"Human Settlement of Central America and Northernmost South America (14,000-8,000 BP)," Quaternary International, 1998

Box 1 of 2

"Ecological Implications of Changes in Drought Patterns: Shifts in Forest Composition in Panama," Climactic Change, 1998

Box 1 of 2

"Chocoholics Take Note: Beloved Bean in Peril," New York Times, May 6, 1998

Box 1 of 2

"Fragments of the Forest," Natural History, July/August 1998

Box 1 of 2

"Getting to the Roots of Tubers," Nature, September 24, 1998

Box 1 of 2

"Semiannual General Report," Panama Canal Watershed Monitoring Project, September 30, 1998

Box 1 of 2

"Panama's Ecotourism-Plus Initiative," Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, October 1998

Box 1 of 2

"Center for Tropical Forest Science," Handbook: Sources for Applying Ethnobotany to Conservation and Community Development, December 1998

Box 1 of 2

"Frontiers of Knowledge" (Frozen Bats), National Geographic, January 1999

Box 1 of 2

"Light-gap Disturbances, Recruitment Limitation, and Tree Diversity in a Neotropical Forest," Science, January 22, 1999

Box 1 of 2

"Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute: Where Caribbean and Pacific Research Meet," Dive Training, March 1999

Box 1 of 2

Islands, April 1999

Box 1 of 2

"Research Project Measures Diversity, Dynamics of Tropical Rain Forests," Smithsonian Institution Research Reports, Autumn 1999

Box 1 of 2

"Field Semester of Dreams," Princeton Alumni Weekly, October 20, 1999

Box 1 of 2

"Coral Spawning," Dive Training, December 1999

Box 1 of 2

"Panama's TCR (Tourism, Culture, and Recreation) Plan," Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly, February 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Pervasive Density-dependent Recruitment Enhances Seedling Diversity in a Tropical Forest," Nature, March 30, 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Frogs: The Rainbow Connection," Zoogoer, March/April 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Spatial Patterns in the Distribution of Tropical Tree Species," Science, May 26, 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Surprising Partners - Hotel Firms and Scientists Working Together to Enhance Tourism," Cornell Hotel and Administration Quarterly, June 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Spider Manipulation by a Wasp Larva," Nature, July 20, 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Starch Grains Reveal Early Root Crop Horticulture in the Panamanian Tropical Forest," Nature, October 19, 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Self-similarity and Clustering in the Spatial Distribution of Species," Science, October 27, 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Ancient Morsels," New York Times, October 31, 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Framework for Melittology," November 8, 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Benefits of Allocating Sex," Science, November 8, 2000

Box 1 of 2

"Species-area Relations in Tropical Forests," Science, December 15, 2000

Box 1 of 2

Multiple Articles by William F. Laurance, 2001-2004

Box 1 of 2

"Future of the Brazilian Amazon," Science, January 19, 2001

Box 1 of 2

"Tropical Forest Diversity - The Plot Thickens," Science, January 26, 2001

Box 1 of 2

"Heaven for Scientists," International Wildlife, January/February 2001

Box 1 of 2

"Population Maintenance Among Tropical Reef Fishes: Inferences from Small-island Endemics," PNAS, May 8, 2001

Box 1 of 2

"What was Natural in the Coastal Oceans?," PNAS, May 8, 2001

Box 1 of 2

"Future of Coral Reefs," Science, May 8, 2001

Box 1 of 2

"Coral Reef Biodiversity - Habitat Size Matters," Science, May 24, 2001

Box 1 of 2

"Secrets of the Rain Forest," Archaeology, May/June 2001

Box 1 of 2

"Turmoil Behind the Exhibits," Science, July 13, 2001

Box 1 of 2

"Chocolate con Sabor a Ciencia," La Prensa, July 23, 2001

Box 1 of 2

Box 2

"Long-term Studies of Vegetation Dynamics," Science, July 27, 2001

Box 2 of 2

"Historical Overfishing and the Recent Collapse of Coastal Ecosystems," Science, July 27, 2001

Box 2 of 2

"Factors in the Decline of Coastal Ecosystems," Science, August 31, 2001

Box 2 of 2

"Can We Defy Nature's End" and "Inga - Newcomer of Museum Antiquity?" Science, September 21, 2001

Box 2 of 2

"Logging Off: Mechanisms to Stop or Prevent Industrial Logging in Forests of High Conservation Value," Center for Tropical Forest Science, October 2001

Box 2 of 2

"Why so Many Creatures?: Tapir's Morning Bath," New York Times Book Review, October 7, 2001

Box 2 of 2

"Beta-diversity in Tropical Forest Trees," Science, 2002

Box 2 of 2

"Value of Bees to the Coffee Harvest," Nature, 2002

Box 2 of 2

"At Home in the Field" (Christine A. Christen), April 2002

Box 2 of 2

"Design of Paradise: A Magic Web," Nature Book Review, July 10, 2003

Box 2 of 2

"Los Aportes del Smithsonian," La Prensa, July 13, 2003

Box 2 of 2

"Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute - Organization for Tropical Studies Marine Ecology," Liana: News from the Organization for Tropical Studies, Fall 2003

Box 2 of 2

"Ecological Advice Sparks Sea Change in Judicial Opinion," Nature, August 2003

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Starch Grain Analysis by Dolores Piperno, Nature and Others, 2004

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"Fungi That Invade Also Protect," New York Times, February 2004

Box 2 of 2

Expansion of Panama Canal, Multiple Articles, April-June 2004

Box 2 of 2

"ICBG (International Cooperative Biodiversity Groups) Bioprospecting," Nature, June 10, 2004

Box 2 of 2

"Stanley Heckadon-Moreno," Mundo Social, December 2004

Box 2 of 2

"Snapping Shrimp," New York Times, March 15, 2005

Box 2 of 2

"Scum of the Earth," Economist, April 9, 2005

Box 2 of 2

"Panama Calling to Preserve Its Edens," New York Times, April 14, 2005

Box 2 of 2

"Coral, Coiba, and the Next Big Thing" (Bioprospecting in Panama), April 20, 2005

Box 2 of 2

"Scientist at Work - Jeremy Jackson," New York Times, April 26, 2005

Box 2 of 2

"Rescuing Environmentalism" (PRORENA Reforestation Business), Economist, April 23, 1005

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"To Save Its Canal, Panama Fights for Its Forests," New York Times, May 2005

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"Sky-high Experiments," Science, August 26, 2005

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"Rainforest Census Takes Shape, Tree by Tree (Almost Leaf by Leaf)," New York Times, June 6, 2006

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"Findings: The Fossils Deep Within the Canal's Core," Panorama of the Americas, September 2007

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"Shell Fame: Paleobiologist Aaron O'Dea has Made his Name by Sweating the Small Stuff," Smithsonian Magazine, Fall 2007

Box 2 of 2

"Underground: Peering into Ant Brains to Find Out How They Learn," Bostonia, Fall 2007

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"Health Checks," Smithsonian Magazine, October 2007

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"Panama: Adventures in the Fast Lane," Panorama of the Americas, November 2007

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"Last Stand," Smithsonian Magazine, December 2007

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"Cacao: Sweetness of the Heart," Panorama of the Americas, December 2007

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