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TIE Special Speaker Series - Good Geoscience in Dire Places: Searching for Water in Humanitarian Crises - Shared screen with speaker view
Daniele Susan Lantagne
19:55
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Rajratna Sardar
54:49
Few plant species can be useful in reducing microbial methane production from the Wetlands
Grace Inman
01:03:01
Great talk! Thank you
Rajratna Sardar
01:04:35
how sustainable are those hand pumps and the water quality in those areas?
Maya J. Sze
01:10:03
Thank you so much for the talk!
Dorothy D-D
01:10:53
Thank you for this talk! A great geology/engineering intersection that was very interesting.
Sofia Pretell
01:11:16
I have to run to a meeting but thank you so much for the talk! It was really interesting to hear about geology and engineering in relation to humanitarian conflicts
Rajratna Sardar
01:14:04
Thank you so much!
Aoife Schmitt
01:14:05
Thank you!!
Christina Kaltcheva
01:14:16
Thank you Paul and Daniele!
Jill Parlee
01:15:02
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Christina Kaltcheva
01:15:12
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