On Access Utah today we have Dr. Hope Jahren, Professor of Geobiology at University of Hawaii Manoa.
Jahren’s research focuses on living and fossil organisms, and how they are chemically linked to the global environment. Using measurements of the stable isotopes of carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen and oxygen her group is working to learn about metabolism and environment, both in the Human environment, and through Geologic Time.
Dr. Jahren will be giving two lectures as part of the USU Ecology Center Seminar Series titled “Global Change and Your Dinner Plate” and "What Can the Carbon Isotope
Composition of Plant Tissue Tell Us?"
Then on SQ: we revisit a program looking at the theological implications of marijuana...