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"To what degree do we try to manipulate nature so that we can live where we want to, and how much do we go back to a system where we live where the earth supports us and the water supports us?" In an age where we see water as a commodity to be bought and sold, and we attempt to control it in the hope that it will serve our immediate needs, West Marrin invites us to reexamine our relationship to this substance, which the ancients viewed as a sentient being. He brings both his scientific training and his passion for surfing to the table to explore water's geological and biochemical properties, its mystical qualities and the ecological issues that we must address if we are to survive. (hosted by Michael Toms)
With a Ph.D. in water resources and degrees in the biological and environmental sciences, Marrin was an adjunct professor at San Diego State University, and taught graduate courses in groundwater and biogeochemistry. He has consulted with resource agencies and environmental groups on a wide range of water-related projects.
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