It’s a Dirty Job: Coring for Clues at Clear Lake

It’s a dirty job, but these UC Berkeley scientists are doing it — all in the name of climate change research.

The latest edition of “UCTV Prime Cuts” follows UC Berkeley researchers to Northern California’s Clear Lake, one of the oldest lakes in the U.S., as they play forensic detectives by drilling into ancient sediments that date back 130,000 years. The information they unearth will inform our understanding of how today’s plants and animals will adapt to climate change and increasing population.

Get dirty with “UCTV Prime Cuts: Coring for Clues in Clear Lake.”