Solving Water Availability: A Case for Interdisciplinary Research | All Swell?
And, introducing the newest member of the All Swell? team!
In this episode, Kyra from the ECU chapter of The Coastal Society is traveling to Golden, Colorado to attend the AGU Chapman Conference on Solving Water Availability Challenges through an Interdisciplinary Framework. While in Colorado, she met with three early career researchers, Bridget Bittmann, Master student at Boise State University, Nathan Bonham, PhD student at University of Colorado, Boulder and Edgar Guerron, PhD student at University of Southern Florida. They talk about their respective work, how they became interested in water related issues, their impression of the novel conference format which included a case study element, and how interdisciplinary research is the way forward to solving deeply interconnected issues facing human existence like the water crisis.
To get in touch with the interviewees, please send them an email:
Bridget Bittmann: firstname.lastname@example.org
Nathan Bonham: Nathan.Bonham@colorado.edu
Edgar Guerron: email@example.com
To learn more about the conference, go to: https://www.agu.org/Chapmans-Water-Availability