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StudioTulsa
11:38 pm
Thu April 9, 2015

Prof. Robert B. Marks, an Expert on Both the Environment and History of China, to Lecture at TU

Aired on Thursday, April 9th.

China -- where so much of the world's population has lived for thousands and thousands of years now, and where several of the world's most polluted cities can be found -- is now starting to transition from a mega-economy that's based on exporting to one that's based on domestic consumerism. What will this transition mean for that country's already-troubled environment? And how is it even possible -- from a soil or fertility perspective -- that parts of China have served as farmland for literally 3,000 years? On this installment of ST, we speak with Prof. Robert B.

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StudioTulsa
6:04 pm
Mon March 9, 2015

Studying Climate Change Over the Long Term -- the Very Long Term -- with TU's Dr. Miriam Belmaker

Aired on Monday, March 9th.

On this edition of ST, we speak with Dr. Miriam Belmaker, an assistant professor of anthropology here at the University of Tulsa as well as a paleoanthropologist who studies the remains of small rodent species to determine environmental effects on human dwelling places and communities -- and on humanity's ancient ancestors. In doing so, she studies how changes in the climate over the past two million years may have affected human development and evolution.

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StudioTulsa
1:41 pm
Thu April 10, 2014

At TU's Paul Buck Lecture: "Climate, CO2, and Plant Biology: Exploring the Links to Public Health"

Aired on Thursday, April 10th.

Today we welcome Dr. Lewis H. Ziska to StudioTulsa. He's a research plant physiologist who works for the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Agriculture Research Service, where he specializes in crop systems and global change. Dr. Ziska has devoted much of his career to researching how climate change and rising levels of carbon dioxide affect plants and aerobiology as well as the roles they play in agriculture and public health.

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