The Whites: their contributions to karst hydrogeology

In this interview, the Whites explain how they organise their scientific cooperation as a couple and how William B. White could cope with 17 different research topics, including spectroscopic techniques, crystal chemistry, glass and materials science.

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Recording date: 2007/10/12
Recording location: Southwest University of China in Beibei, Chongqing, China
Interview: Nico Goldscheider (Switzerland), Priscilla Baker (USA), Wu Yuexia (China) & Chris Groves (USA)
Editing: Nico Goldscheider & Sylvain Tissot
Sponsors: Enviroscan, Inc., Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA

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