Audio Archive

Hernes, Peter

Growing up in western North Dakota, any standing or running water was a big deal and worth playing in. The spring melt was an event, thunderstorms were glorious, we spent countless hours damming and diverting spring water in the local park. As a young adult, lakes and waterfalls on a hiking map were like a magnet. Today, I’ve transformed a PhD in chemical oceanography into a career in river biogeochemistry at the University of California – Davis, and I think about water and organic matter constantly. But to most people in Davis, I’m a soccer coach and they have no idea what I do for a living.

Recordings

Environmental Sustainability Conflicted

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2011

What Popular Media Doesn't Tell You About Water Quality

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2011

Water Pollution: The Legacy of Mining

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2011

Natural Healing: How Water Bodies Clean Themselves

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2011

Letting the Genie out of Bottled Water

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2011

You've Got Arsenic in Your Water, Now What?

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2011

Global Climate Change on Steroids

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2011

River Biogeochemistry and Its Lessons with Peter Hernes

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2017

The Climate Change: Wild Card – Is It Nature or Nurture?

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2017

Are Human Values Compatible with Environmental Sustainability?

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2017

What the FRACK!

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2017

The Happiness Machine Fable with Peter Hernes

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2019

The Climate Change Wild Child – Is It Nature or Nutrture?

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2019

How Many People Can Live on the Earth?

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2019

The Happiness Machine

Presenter: Hernes, Peter / 2019

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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