Best groundwater podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Water Environment - Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Aquifers, Groundwater - Water (h2o) Environmental Issues: Conservation, Sustainability, Preservation, and Ecology
 
Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
 
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Water Environment - Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Aquifers, Groundwater - Water (h2o) Environmental Issues: Conservation, Sustainability, Preservation, and Ecology
 
Water Environment: Lakes, Rivers, Oceans, Seas, Groundwater, Wells - Water Conservation, Water Sustainability, Water Preservation, Water Ecology, and other H2O Environmental IssuesContact info: Clean@h2opodcast.com or 206-984-3260; http://H2Opodcast.com
 
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Can you keep being a backpacker into your 30s and beyond? Staying in hostels, going out partying, travelling on the cheap. At what point do you say 'I'm too old for this'? Ben Groundwater is joined by travel writer Ute Junker and Intrepid Travel's Tara Kennaway discuss the joy and pain of backpacking.…
 
Despite the destruction and misery caused by South Carolina’s historic 2015 flood, even that ill tide bore a tiny sliver of good on its waters. According to Bruce Campbell, a hydrologist with the U.S. Geological Survey, the Palmetto State was in a drought before the flood. That was cured by the October rains that produced the flood. Campbell’s ...…
 
CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (4:02). Transcript of audio, notes on the audio, photos, and additional information follow below. All Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 6-23-17. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the week of June 26, 2017. MUSIC – ~5 sec This week ...…
 
Satellites that measure changes in gravity can alert us to potential floods. Learn more at: http://www.CurrentCast.org.By currentcast@chavobart.com (Center For Transformative Action).
 
Eleonore Rartjarasoaniony – a 47-year-old mother, daughter and small-shop owner in Madagascar’s capital Antananarivo – stands in the middle of her yard, watching two young men in colourful overalls and rubber boots service her new waterless Loowatt toilet, which replaced her pit latrine a few months ago. At her feet, two lean, long-legged chick ...…
 
Bird’s eggs are not all shaped like a chicken’s egg, there is a huge diversity in the shape of bird’s eggs. From the almost spherical eggs of owls, to the conical guillemot egg and the zeppelin-shaped Mallee fowl eggs. It seems that the flying ability of a bird species is a major evolutionary driving force to what shape eggs they lay.Making Hea ...…
 
Bird’s eggs are not all shaped like a chicken’s egg, there is a huge diversity in the shape of bird’s eggs. From the almost spherical eggs of owls, to the conical guillemot egg and the zeppelin-shaped Mallee fowl eggs. It seems that the flying ability of a bird species is a major evolutionary driving force to what shape eggs they lay.Making Hea ...…
 
Ag News: Governor Ricketts praises Canada as a trade partner, joining a DED / NDA trade mission to our northern neighbors ... E15 promotional eventsGuests; Russ Callen, Assistant General Manager with LLNRD - Cover Crop Groundwater Impact Study in conjunction with CPNRD this autumn ... David Hogg, Assistant Emergency Manager Coordinator with KDA ...…
 
Hydrogeologist Steve Baker joins us in this episode to discuss educating water well users about their groundwater so they can make decisions and change behaviors based on that knowledge. Steve’s Know Your Water Program creates a profile of water wells and allows well users to proactively manage their water use rather than wait until the well go ...…
 
Cramped seats, bad food, delays and cancellations. Do we have a right to be angry when it comes to flying? Ben Groundwater asks the question with guests Ute Junker and Michael Gebicki.
 
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landscape conversations
 
Gabion wall at Ballast Point Park. Image: McGregor Coxall Subscribe via iTunes podcast episodes RSS Today’s guest on Landscape Conversations is the Sydney based Landscape Architect, Philip Coxall from the firm McGregor Coxall. Philip has more than 20 years experience working on projects in England, Asia and Australia. These range from broad sca ...…
 
JUDY WOODRUFF: The future of coal is very much at the center of debate right now when it comes to the politics and business of energy. Whatever you may think about those questions, the U.S. still uses a lot of coal. About 30 percent of our energy, of our electricity is generated by it. For some, the Holy Grail is new technology that captures so ...…
 
JUDY WOODRUFF: The future of coal is very much at the center of debate right now when it comes to the politics and business of energy. Whatever you may think about those questions, the U.S. still uses a lot of coal. About 30 percent of our energy, of our electricity is generated by it. For some, the Holy Grail is new technology that captures so ...…
 
Anne Mariah chats with Matt about the economic and environmental impacts of uranium milling and nuclear waste storage near Blanding, Utah. Anne Mariah describes the White Mesa Mill, the last conventional uranium mill in North America. Its nuclear waste pits, nearby residents and advocates say, pose some serious concerns regarding groundwater co ...…
 
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Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Video Archives
 
This webinar series highlights innovative analytical tools and methods developed and used by Superfund Research Program (SRP) grantees. The presenters will feature the benefits of these new tools and methods compared to conventional methods. They also will include information about how the technology has helped to facilitate ongoing SRP researc ...…
 
This webinar series highlights innovative analytical tools and methods developed and used by Superfund Research Program (SRP) grantees. The presenters will feature the benefits of these new tools and methods compared to conventional methods. They also will include information about how the technology has helped to facilitate ongoing SRP researc ...…
 
Today's guest on the show is Jesse Richardson, a Professor at the West Virginia College of Law. Jesse is another agricultural economics graduate turned lawyer who loves green chile and discussing the topic of exempt wells more than anyone I know! As Jesse and I explain, exempt wells are generally something found in Western states that follow th ...…
 
A California grower is recharging groundwater depleted by years of overuse and drought. Learn more at http://www.yaleclimateconnections.org.By climateconnections@chavobart.com.
 
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West Texas Talk - Interviews from Marfa Public Radio
 
On this episode of West Texas Talk, we hear from Amy Hardberger. She’s an associate dean and professor with St. Mary’s School of Law. Her work revolves around Texas groundwater law, water conservation and valuation. In this interview, Hardberger talks about the complexities of groundwater law in Texas, the cases that molded it, and the future o ...…
 
A new study is raising concerns about water contamination from firefighting foam used at military bases. The research found more chemicals than previously known were in nearby groundwater, and that methods currently being used to treat it may not be effective. H2O Radio reports.
 
Is it possible to fall in love while you're on holiday? Do travel romances ever work out in the long run? Ben Groundwater and guests discuss the joys and pain of dating while travelling.
 
The health of water is tied to the health of people. No one knows that better than Laurel Firestone, founder of the Community Water Center. While a million Californians are exposed to unsafe drinking water every year in their homes, schools, churches and parks, the Community Water Center knows this is a solvable problem. Through organizing, edu ...…
 
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This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast
 
Interview w/ Bill Schutt on Cannibals, Juno Science?, Off Kilter Enceladus, Groundwater On Mars, Massive Fail, Ancient Mummy DNA, Seed Spitting Goats, Pizza Fish, Kissing Macaques, The Methylome, Waste Not Water, Tasting Water, And Much More...
 
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This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast
 
Interview w/ Bill Schutt on Cannibals, Juno Science?, Off Kilter Enceladus, Groundwater On Mars, Massive Fail, Ancient Mummy DNA, Seed Spitting Goats, Pizza Fish, Kissing Macaques, The Methylome, Waste Not Water, Tasting Water, And Much More...
 
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This Week in Science – The Kickass Science Podcast
 
Interview w/ Bill Schutt on Cannibals, Juno Science?, Off Kilter Enceladus, Groundwater On Mars, Massive Fail, Ancient Mummy DNA, Seed Spitting Goats, Pizza Fish, Kissing Macaques, The Methylome, Waste Not Water, Tasting Water, And Much More...
 
Canegrowers say power price increases proposed by the Qld Competition Authority are devastating; Beef industry analyst Ross Ainsworth is doubtful a ban on slaughtering Indian buffalo will remain in place; Elders has sold its live export business, the North Australian Cattle Company; The Qld Premier says a Land Court decision against the New Acl ...…
 
“Water scarcity is a nightmare scenario that is all too real and all but inevitable in Pakistan,” says Michael Kugelman, deputy director of the Wilson Center’s Asia Program, in this week’s podcast. Pakistan faces the intersecting challenges of population growth, inefficient infrastructure and policies, deep societal inequality, and climate chan ...…
 
Estimates say that by 2030, if we carry on as we are, the world will only have 60 percent of the water it needs. In India's Ladakh, rising temperatures are leading to glacial melt and water shortages in the mountains of the Himalayas. The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is also sturggling as it experiences severe drought. earthrise travelled to bot ...…
 
Ag News: Bayer will sell Liberty, Libertylink brands for antitrust approval to merge Monsanto ... Kansas US Senator Roberts says no additional money in next farm bill ... Iowa's Branstad confirmed Ambassador to ChinaGuests: Jason Ladman, Director at Water Street Solutions on "What to Consider as You Make Equipment Decisions" ... Curator of the ...…
 
Ben joined Clinton and Catriona to share a yarn about travelling to the Bahamas, where his family resides.
 
The UA's Dr. Ty Ferre has lectured around the world about how to measure the quality and supply of groundwater and how development, wells and mining can have an impact on the levels of aquifers especially in desert areas like the U.S. Southwest. Ferre's work provides various stakeholders including government, businesses and individuals with sci ...…
 
Matthew Fienup is a Lecturer and the Executive Director of Center for Economic Research and Forecasting at California Lutheran University. His work as an economist is regularly delivered to a variety of groups throughout the region.Matthew is a man of many interests. He’s studied professional photography, see photos here, (Summa Cum Laude at Br ...…
 
Large-scale exploitation of groundwater began in the 1950s and continues today.The water that flows underground and between soil particles gave rise to the Green Revolution in India and allows desert agriculture to flourish. It nourishes streams and springs and is the primary drinking water source for nearly half of the world's people. Yet, due ...…
 
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West Texas Talk - Interviews from Marfa Public Radio
 
On this episode of West Texas Talk, we hear from Jack Sharp, he's a professor of hydrogeology at the University of Texas at Austin. Part of Sharp's area of research includes how urbanization can affect water resources. In this conversation Sharp talks about his work, what some of the dangers to ground water are, and the need for more research. ...…
 
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