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Calling: Earth #042 - Philip van Beynen, Geographer

Calling: Earth.

Release Date: 02/05/2021

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In the first episode of the fifth season, we talk with Philip van Beynen, Associate Professor in the USF School of Geosciences, about his research of climate change using stalagmites, and human-environment interactions in karst environments.     More about Phil can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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  In this last episode of the season, we talk with Mel Rodgers, Research Assistant Professor in the USF School of Geosciences, about her research of volcanic hazards using geophysics as well as science communication and diversity in the geosciences.     More about Mel can be found here:   Calling: Earth is a production of the  in cooperation with the Questions, comments, and any other feedback can be directed to .

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In the first episode of the fifth season, we talk with Philip van Beynen, Associate Professor in the USF School of Geosciences, about his research of climate change using stalagmites, and human-environment interactions in karst environments.  

 

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