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Calling: Earth #051 - Leanne Stepchinski, Ecohydrologist

Calling: Earth.

Release Date: 10/15/2021

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In this third interview of the sixth season, we talk with Leanne Stepchinski, doctoral candidate in the USF School of Geosciences, about her research on wetlands and how that relates to water resources.

 

More about Leanne can be found here:

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USF Ecohydrology Webpage

 

Calling: Earth is a production of the USF Libraries in cooperation with the USF School of Geosciences, as well as other associated departments.  

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