Tracey Tuberville

Associate Research Scientist, Savannah River Ecology Lab

Associate Research Scientist at the Savannah River Ecology Lab and Tuberville Home Lab

Tracey Tuberville on KCRW

California deserts are unique in the world, but heat and drought threaten plants and animals with extinction.

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