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KCUR Radio interviews Environmental Studies Program professors about 'Weather Whiplash' research

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

On Monday, May 15, 2017, KU Environmental Studies Associate Professor Amy Burgin and Assistant Professor Terry Loeke were interviewed about their 'Weather Whiplash' research on KCUR's Up To Date radio program. Burgin and Loeke recently published findings in the journal Biogeochemistry about how increased climate shifts can lead to decreased water quality and increased costs for towns and cities. Listen to the interview online at KCUR Up To Date. The interview begins at the 25 minute mark. For more information on this research, read the ​KU News March 29, 2017 article, "Weather whiplash triggered by changing climate will degrade Midwest's drinking water, researcher says."



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