Biogeochemistry: One of the cooler science careers

“The customs officials were perplexed. Before them was the largest shipment of Canadian apple juice they had ever seen. All the crates bore the label “made from apples grown in the Okanagan Valley” (British Columbia’s answer to Napa Valley). The Okanagan Valley is a big valley, the officials thought, but it isn’t that big.

The officials called Todd Dawson, who runs the Center for Stable Isotope Biogeochemistry at Berkeley…”

Read the Cal alumni magazine article about the intriguing bio-geo-chemical detective work performed by this center. And the truth about that juice.


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