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Biology

  • Biologist turned perfumer Elise Vernon Pearlstine turns our human centered perception of fragrance on its head and investigates plant evolutionary reasons for creating aromatic molecules. She joins This Green Earth to talk about her research, and her new book Scent: A Natural History of Fragrance.
  • On today's This Green Earth, host Chris Cherniak and guest host Claire Wiley will be speaking with (02:46) biologist turned perfumer, Elise Vernon Pearlstine, who turns our human centered perception of fragrance on its head and investigates plant evolutionary reasons for creating aromatic molecules. Her new book is called Scent: A Natural History of Fragrance. Then, (29:38) Chris and Claire will replay a recent favorite interview: Professor Emeritus William Lowry on National Parks in the Era of Climate Change.They conclude the show discussing Utah's drought.