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Soil Secrets | Explorers in the Field ctm magazine

Join National Geographic Explorer Carter Clinton as he studies the microbes in cadaver-associated soil at the New York African Burial Ground. He is examining the medical history of slavery in early New York City, using genomics to understand health disparities in race. Using cutting edge techniques he examines the cause of deaths of humans buried in the 1600s and 1700s.
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Soil Secrets | Explorers in the Field

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  • TheEnchiladaKid on May 27, 2020

    Oh the irony

  • Lucky on May 27, 2020

    Thank you, NatGeo! <3

  • Karamel Kush on May 27, 2020

    This makes my heart smile. I love black scientists.

  • Chad on May 27, 2020

    I wish they would explore more into the topics. These videos are just teases.

  • Mary Lee on May 27, 2020

    This is so cool and glad to see our brothers into this field.👍

  • Taslim Chaudhry on May 27, 2020

    Nice information. N.G.


  • INemo on May 27, 2020

    He sounds like kevin heart but more mellow n calm n smarter

  • Tony Allen on May 27, 2020

    So did they continue to build on the 400yr old African American burial ground? I wonder outta of the 6acres how many of it is still sacred. Funny cus he said we not only contribute in science we contributed in history that's a major understatement.

  • vmwindustries on May 27, 2020

    European Americans, and African Americans.

  • Tuhin N on May 27, 2020


  • National Geographic on May 27, 2020

    National Geographic Explorer, Carter Clinton studies the microbes in cadaver-associated soil at the New York African Burial Ground. What was the most interesting thing you learned from this video?

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  • Honey bee Warrior on May 27, 2020

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  • Md K on May 27, 2020

    where is Jimmy Hoffa

  • Walker on May 27, 2020

    Make humans immortal ❤

  • KeemPlays on May 27, 2020

    Thought the thumbnail was mkbhd for a sec

  • David Emanuel Rosini on May 27, 2020

    amazing 😀

  • David Emanuel Rosini on May 27, 2020


  • Steven Edwards on May 27, 2020


  • gritsngranola on May 27, 2020

    "Bacterial Community" just learned something new.

  • Pickle Pee on May 27, 2020

    Bruh your waves spinnin

  • iza zai on May 27, 2020

    creepy job…but amazing to know that this is actually possible…

  • Freya murtem on May 27, 2020

    My boy got some fresh cuts.. drippin on nat geo hard .

  • Steven Hendrickson on May 27, 2020

    Thought I was going to see something about soil microbiology and got this garbage instead.

  • ijas ikku on May 27, 2020

    ..Like from kerala, INDIA..
    safe ആയിട്ട് വീട്ടിലിരിക്ക് ട്ടാ
    കോറോണയെ നമുക്കങ്ങ് 'വിട്ട് കളയണം '😁


  • Lori Kendrick on May 27, 2020

    Very interesting. I studied soil in college. There is so much you can learn from it. A much needed study.

  • adri on May 27, 2020

    I clicked this video because of the thumbnail 😊

  • Alice knows on May 27, 2020

    Thank you!!

  • This could be a good idea for a horror movie lol

  • A Frank on May 30, 2020

    Very insightful. I initially thought when I clicked on this, it would discuss how our soil affects our food, and plants. Got something totally different, but it was enlightening.

  • Jeric Dacara on May 31, 2020

    Really glad you found a new career D.Rose.

  • Mohiz Noori on June 3, 2020

    the waves tho

  • siraj Muneer on June 13, 2020

    it's really interesting <3

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  • Willie Barnes on September 12, 2021

    He sounds boring

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