How geophysics keeps people alive ...

A Geoscientists Without Borders project traveled to the second largest refugee camp in the world to find water. The Kakuma Camp in Kenya is home to 185,000 refugees and growing. Paul Bauman working with driven refugees and locals to bring water to 140,000 people in East Africa.

To learn about the project see: Geophysical Studies to Improve Groundwater Resource Availability in the Kakuma Refugee Camp and Town Site
Also, take a listen to the SEG Podcast.

Paul has also been involved in a number of cool interesting projects and given Tedtalks, see Paul Bauman Geophysics.
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