In this episode, Alpha Lo speaks with Francina Dominguez. She is a hydroclimatologist that studies the interplay between various parts of our water systems, from clouds to ground water to wind patterns, and their impact on our climate. Alpha and Francina talk about moisture hopping and how wind transports water inland in varying patterns depending on different surface profiles, which are heavily impacted by humans through deforestation for example, and Francina's modeling work and the counter-intuitive conclusions it has lead her to. Enjoy!
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Alpha Lo is on a mission to better understand and then restore water cycles around the world. He has co-authored of the Open Collaboration Encyclopedia.
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