Take 2
23 September 2019

Dishing the Dirt on Carbon

Watch soil biogeochemist Lucy Ngatia explain the important ways carbon-containing molecules differ and what that means for our environment.

 

Ngatia, a soil biogeochemist at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee, Fla., uses nuclear magnetic resonance magnets to study different kinds of carbon found in soils. We recorded two takes of those interviews: one for scientists (with MagLab physical chemist Faith Scott) and one for the masses (with educational program specialist Lee Chipps-Walton).

 
 

Find out more about Ngatia’s research.

Video credit: Stephen Bilenky

Last modified on 2 October 2019