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I am a Professor at Barnard College. My expertise is groundwater microbiology with a focus on linking Arsenic and carbon sources. My podcasts enable me to talk to scientists from around the world about their work.

Groundwater, Public Health, and Environment Podcast Brian Mailloux

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    • 4.5, 4 Ratings

I am a Professor at Barnard College. My expertise is groundwater microbiology with a focus on linking Arsenic and carbon sources. My podcasts enable me to talk to scientists from around the world about their work.

    Scott Fendorf

    Scott Fendorf

    I talk with Scott Fendorf of Stanford University about his review paper on arsenic from Science.
    Fendorf, S., H. A. Michael and A. van Geen (2010). "Spatial and Temporal Variations of Groundwater Arsenic in South and Southeast Asia." Science 328(5982): 1123-1127.

    • 33 min
    Linda Steg

    Linda Steg

    I have a conversation with Linda Steg of The University of Groningen, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, The Netherlands about her paper titled "Encouraging pro-environmental behaviour: An integrative review and research agenda"

    Steg, L., and Vlek, C. (2009) Encouraging pro-environmental behaviour: An integrative review and research agenda. Journal of Environmental Psychology 29: 309-317.

    • 32 min
    Discussion on the Struggle to Govern the Commons

    Discussion on the Struggle to Govern the Commons

    This is a conversation between Brian Mailloux and Paul Stern discussing the paper "The Struggle to Govern the Commons" on which he is a co-author.
    Dietz, T., Ostrom, E., and Stern, P.C. (2003) The Struggle to Govern the Commons. Science 302: 1907-1912.

    • 39 min
    Discussion with Karin Broberg and Michael Palmgren

    Discussion with Karin Broberg and Michael Palmgren

    This is a discussion with Karin Broberg and Michael Palmgren about their publication. We go in depth to understand the evolution of arsenic detoxification in humans.

    Palmgren, M., Engstrom, K., Hallstrom, B.M., Wahlberg, K., Sondergaard, D.A., Sall, T. et al. (2017) AS3MT-mediated tolerance to arsenic evolved by multiple independent horizontal gene transfers from bacteria to eukaryotes. Plos One 12: 22.

    • 33 min
    Dave Strayer

    Dave Strayer

    We discuss with Dave Strayer of the Cary Institute his paper by Caraco et al., 2000. It is a wide-ranging discussion about the Hudson River and its water quality with a focus on Dissolved Oxygen and Zebra Mussels. The full reference is:

    Dissolved Oxygen Declines in the Hudson River Associated with the Invasion of the Zebra Mussel (Dreissena polymorpha)
    Nina F. Caraco,*, Jonathan J. Cole,Stuart E. G. Findlay,David T. Fischer,Gregory G. Lampman,Michael L. Pace, and, and David L. Strayer
    Environmental Science & Technology 2000 34 (7), 1204-1210
    DOI: 10.1021/es990565z

    • 25 min
    Steve Goodbred

    Steve Goodbred

    This is an interview with Steve Goodbred from Vanderbilt University about his 2000 paper;
    Goodbred Jr, S. L. and S. A. Kuehl (2000). "The significance of large sediment supply, active tectonism, and eustasy on margin sequence development: Late Quaternary stratigraphy and evolution of the Ganges-Brahmaputra delta." Sedimentary Geology 133(3-4): 227-248.

    • 27 min

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