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28 minutes | Aug 6, 2018
Humans & Water, Part 2: Who Deserves Water?
Equity and justice for all are important water rights issues, and my two guests this month delve into these serious humanizing topics with eloquence. Dr. Josiah Heyman is an anthropologist at the University of Texas at El Paso studying water and other human rights issues on the border of the US and Mexico. Anuradha Kowtha is a scientist and transformation specialist whose work is dedicated to restorative justice among the most marginalized people groups. Their perspectives on introducing the human element into scientific solutions can help stakeholders make better sense of future water solutions.
26 minutes | Jul 8, 2018
Humans & Water, Part 1: Water Quality and Public Health
I spoke with two scientists working on public health issues on the US-Mexico border, Dr. Bill Hargrove and Michelle Del Rio, both of the University of Texas at El Paso. This is the first in a three-part series on the human impact of water.
28 minutes | Feb 27, 2018
Episode 2.28.18 – Atmospheric Rivers, Weather, and Climate
The second episode introduces listeners to the idea of atmospheric rivers, as well as two other important topics: how weather and climate are different from one another, and how water and climate are related. I spoke with Dr. Cory Baggett, a post-doctoral fellow at Colorado State Univerity, and Dr. Dave Dubois, the New Mexico State Climatologist.
22 minutes | Jan 28, 2018
Episode 1.29.18 - Pilot: Fossils, Gravity and Aquifers
This first episode introduces The SplashCast podcast listeners to Dr. Scott Jasechko and Dr. Sasha Richey, two scientists using big data to find out all kinds of interesting things about groundwater. Humans on the Street answer questions, and I mull a bit about how interesting all these water things are.
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