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The Boogie Monster
The Atacama Giant

The Boogie Monster

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 86:36


Kyle drives a Lamborghini, Dave's on the hunt for a serial road-rager, and the guys discuss The Atacama Giant. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Habari za UN
Baada ya kujifungua akiwa safarini, mhamiaji kutoka Venezuela aona nuru kwa watoto wake nchini Chile

Habari za UN

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 0:03


Changamoto za maisha na ukosefu wa usalama ni miongoni mwa mambo yanayosababisha watu kukimbia nchi zao na kusaka hali bora nchi nyingine. Bila kujali watakayopitia wakimbizi na wahamiaji hufunga safari wakiwa na matumaini.Mathalani huko Amerika ya Kusini, familia moja ilivuka jangwa la Atacama na milima ya Andes ikitokea Venezuela kuelekea Chile. Na changamoto kubwa zaidi ni kwamba mama alikuwa ni mjamzito na mtoto mwingine mdogo. Hali ilikuwa vipi? Na Umoja wa Mataifa na wadau walisaidia vipi familia hii ambayo sasa ni wahamiaji nchini Chile? Ungana na Assumpta Massoi kwenye makala hii. 

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ATACAMA BLUES #64 - MUD MORGANFIELD - PRAISE HIM

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Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 6:44


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão. Com André Gonçalves

Radio Ambulante
De la tienda al vertedero [Episodio extra]

Radio Ambulante

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 26:53 Very Popular


¿A dónde va la ropa que tiramos? Un rincón del desierto de Atacama se ha convertido en un basurero donde se acumulan toneladas de ropa que otros países han descartado.Esta historia fue publicada originalmente en El hilo, un podcast coproducido por Radio Ambulante Estudios que cada viernes pone en contexto los acontecimientos noticiosos más relevantes de América Latina.♥ Únete a Deambulantes. Con tu apoyo podremos seguir contando las historias que merecen ser contadas. ► Si no quieres perderte ningún episodio, suscríbete a nuestro boletín y recibe todos los martes un correo. Además, los viernes te enviaremos cinco recomendaciones inspiradoras del equipo para el fin de semana.► ¿Nos escuchas para mejorar tu español? Tenemos algo extra para ti: nuestra app Lupa, diseñada para estudiantes intermedios de la lengua que quieren aprender con nuestros episodios. ► En nuestro sitio web puedes encontrar una transcripción del episodio. Or you can also check this English translation.

El placer de viajar
De los juegos de agua de La Alhambra a la extrema aridez de Atacama en sólo un podcast

El placer de viajar

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 35:25


De nuevo El Placer de Viajar visita a destinos muy diferentes: Granada con sus maravillas, sobre todo La Alhambra, y el increíble Desierto de Atacama.

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ATACAMA BLUES #63 - THE ROCK HOUSE ALL STARS - JIMMY HALL & BEKKA BRAMLETT

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2022 5:56


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

逐工一幅天文圖 APOD Taigi
677. Gum 星雲 ê 超新星殘骸 ft. 阿錕 (20221129)

逐工一幅天文圖 APOD Taigi

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2022 2:08


Gum 星雲是離咱上倚 ê 超新星殘骸,因為伊傷倚矣,所以伊真歹得看著。因為這个 暗暗 ê 星雲佇天頂有 40 度 遐爾闊,所以佮較光較複雜 ê 背景相比,伊就較會去 hŏng 無注意著。這張 5 月底翕 ê 孤張感光闊幅相片內底,上明顯 ê 就是正爿彼个發出紅光發射線 ê Gum 星雲。咱 tī 相片內底有看著前景 ê 智利 Atacama 沙漠,tī 咱 銀河 盤、ùi 倒爿頂懸行 tùi 對角去 ê 船底座星雲,kah 厝邊星系 大麥哲輪星雲。Gum 星雲 足近 ê,所以咱會當量著伊頭前這爿 kah 咱 ê 距離是 450 光年 遠,後壁彼爿 kah 咱 ê 距離是 1500 光年遠。這个 複雜 ê 星雲 就 tī 船尾 座 kah 船帆 座 遐。較奇怪 ê 是,Gum 星雲 猶有足濟咱毋知影 ê 代誌,比論講是當時?有偌濟 超新星爆炸?才會形成這个星雲。 ——— 這是 NASA Astronomy Picture of the Day ê 台語文 podcast 原文版:https://apod.nasa.gov/ 台文版:https://apod.tw/ 今仔日 ê 文章: https://apod.tw/daily/20221129/ 影像:Victor Lima 音樂:P!SCO - 鼎鼎 聲優:阿錕 翻譯:An-Li Tsai (NCU) 原文:https://apod.nasa.gov/apod/ap221129.html Powered by Firstory Hosting

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ATACAMA BLUES #60 - JASON ISBELL - DOWN IN A HOLE

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Play Episode Listen Later Dec 13, 2022 5:50


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

En Casa de Herrero
El escaparate: Atacama

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 42:08


Luis Herrero y Kelu Robles realizan un viaje por del desierto chileno.

En Casa de Herrero
Kelugares: Atacama

En Casa de Herrero

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 19:46


Luis Herrero y Kelu Robles realizan un viaje por del desierto chileno.

Doživetja narave
V globino vesolja s teleskopom iz Čila

Doživetja narave

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 12, 2022 44:57


Tokrat so se nam pridružili trije osnovnošolci in njihov mentor Damjan Kobale iz Osnovne šole Hajdina. Na daljavo so se povezali z ogromnim teleskopom v čilski puščavi Atacama in posneli dih jemajoče fotografije. Spregovorili pa smo tudi o projektu GoChile, pa tudi o nedavnem sončevem mrku in Geminidih.

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ATACAMA BLUES #58 - RONNIE EARL AND THE BROADCASTERS - ALABAMA

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2022 6:55


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

El consultorio de belleza de las amikas
Un capítulo intensivo

El consultorio de belleza de las amikas

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 28, 2022 47:06


¿Tu piel se parece al Desierto de Atacama? ¿Está áspera, deshidratada y necesita reparación? Pues no te desesperes, porque las amikas te traen la solución. En este Consultorio de Belleza encontrarás las respuestas a todas tus dudas sobre piel atópica. Y como siempre, @nivea_cl tiene un regalito para ustedes 👀 Si quieres ganarte una Crema de Regeneración Intensiva (la estrella de este capítulo), escucha el hasta el final ✨ ¡Buena suerte!

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ATACAMA BLUES #57 - CABOOSE - I WANT HER BACK

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Play Episode Listen Later Nov 22, 2022 5:46


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment
Global demand for lithium is changing Chile's Atacama Desert

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 16, 2022


In the salty waters beneath the world's driest desert, lie vast reserves of a valuable mineral: lithium.  This metal is crucial for the planet's energy transition. It is used to power electric vehicles and store solar and wind energy, which bring some hope to a world faced with a rapidly changing climate.The lithium mines, which occupy more than 30 square miles of Chile's Atacama Desert, are operated by two private companies, Sociedad Química y Minera de Chile (SQM) and Albemarle. They both have rental contracts with the Chilean government.In these facilities, salty ground water rich in minerals gets pumped to the surface. The liquid, called brine, is then stored in huge evaporation ponds that are exposed to the desert heat.“During [a span of] 18 months, the water in the brine evaporates, and [the] lithium becomes more concentrated,” said Oswaldo Yáñez, SQM's manager of innovation and development. This region has some of the highest solar radiation levels on Earth, and it almost never rains. “The water evaporates incredibly fast here,” Yáñez added.The process ends at a closed plant, where lithium is turned into carbonate and shipped abroad, to places like China or the US.In the past 10 years, the global demand for lithium has skyrocketed. And the increase in production of electric vehicles is expected to raise this demand by at least 300% in the next 10 years.This is good news for Chile's economy. The South American country meets about a third of the globe's lithium demands, and plans to boost lithium production in the next few years.Close to 60% of the world's 86 million tons of identified lithium resources are in Bolivia, Chile and Argentina, according to the US Geological Survey, in an area known as the “Lithium Triangle.” Indigenous people in Chile are concerned that the amount of water used in lithium operations is threatening desert irrigation and farming methods they have relied on for centuries. Credit: Tibisay Zea/The World While Chile has successfully transformed the majority of its available resources into reserves available for commercial production, Argentina and Bolivia have not yet done so. This is largely because of unfavorable investment climates and more challenging geographic conditions, according to Juan Carlos Zuleta, a Bolivian researcher who has been following the lithium business for decades.“This metal will soon be a game changer for this region's economy,” Zuleta said.But for him, the real opportunity is not in extracting and selling lithium. He is researching a possible association between six countries in South America to fabricate and sell lithium batteries and electric vehicles, which the country now imports from abroad.“My idea is basically to create a hub of electric vehicles in South America for the regional market,” Zuleta said. “If we are able to produce the next generation of EVs [electric vehicles] in South America, then we could become a superpower.”Lithium will be crucial in the transition to clean energy, but the extraction method used in the Lithium Triangle presents several environmental problems, according to James Blair, an anthropologist at Cal Poly Pomona, who has done research on lithium mining's impact on Atacama's Indigenous communities.“The main concern is its impact on water use and water availability,” Blair said.“When a large percentage of the water from the brine evaporates, yes, this is exacerbating what is already a major problem of depleted water in one of the driest areas of the world.” Indigenous peoples also worry that the amount of water used in lithium operations threatens desert irrigation and farming methods they have relied on for centuries.Rudencindo Espíndola, an Indigenous topographer in this area, and an activist with the National Observatory of Salt Flats in Chile, said there is a conflict over the way that the industry has presented impacts as benign versus what the Indigenous communities experience.“Brine should be treated as water. ... It's part of our hydrogeological ecosystem and it has a lot of ancestral value for us, so it's worth preserving.”Rudencindo Espíndola, Indigenous topographer“Brine should be treated as water,” Espíndola said. “It's part of our hydrogeological ecosystem and it has a lot of ancestral value for us, so it's worth preserving.”He acknowledged that green energies that demand lithium are good for humanity, “but the price to produce them will be paid by Chile's environment.”Lithium mining is not the only industry that uses groundwater from the Atacama salt flat. Two other companies also mine copper in the region.“Any mining has an impact,” Espíndola said. “The question is, how much impact is acceptable?”Blair said there needs to be more independent research on local biodiversity, water flows and local communities' concerns to find out how to reduce damage. Chile's Atacama desert is one of the driest areas in the world. Credit: Tibisay Zea/The World A recent study linked lithium operations with a decrease in the number of flamingos in the Atacama salt flat.Oswaldo Yáñez, a manager at the SQM mine, said the company is already working on improvements regarding water utilization. “The idea is to extract lithium directly from the brine, without having to evaporate groundwater,” Yáñez said. He added that it will take at least five years to research, develop and implement this method.In the meantime, he said, the tradeoff is worth it, in the name of a greener future.As global demand for lithium keeps rising, anthropologist Blair points out that governments and consumers should do their part, too, “by encouraging battery recycling, and really just reducing car dependency, which is especially a problem in the United States.”There are about 16 million electric cars on the roads around the world now, which is three times more than in 2018. And by 2030, that number is estimated to reach around 350 million.Related: Chileans have long struggled with a water crisis. Management practices are partly to blame, study says.

A tu Ritmo - Running Podcast
ATR 12x09 - De Atacama a Thailandia, pasando por el Sáhara

A tu Ritmo - Running Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 55:41


Vuelven a A tu Ritmo Carlos Ultrarun y Javier Ullé. Nos cuentan sus últimas aventuras trabajando en carreras por el mundo, en lugares como el desierto de Atacama o Thailandia. Además, Carlos nos habla de los 100 Km del Sáhara y charlamos un rato con nuestro compañero Chema, que ha corrido la última edición de la Behobia-San Sebastián. A tu Ritmo, con Luis Blanco y Chema Martínez Pastor.www.correaturitmo.comTW: @correaturitmo @correaturitmoFB: @correaturitmoES https://www.facebook.com/correaturitmoESIG: @correaturitmo https://www.instagram.com/correaturitmo/Canal Telegram: Correaturitmo https://t.me/correaturitmoGrupo Telegram: A tu Ritmo Chat https://t.me/aturitmochat

Auf den Tag genau
Das Erdbeben von Chile

Auf den Tag genau

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 8:20


Chile liegt im sogenannten Pazifischen Feuerring, einer sich rund um den Pazifischen Ozean erstreckenden Zone hoher seismischer und vulkanischer Aktivität, weshalb das Land immer wieder von schweren Erdbeben heimgesucht wird. Am 11. November 1922 hatte ein solches vor allem die Wüstenregion Atacama getroffen. Schreckensberichte über Zerstörungen und vermeintlich vierstellige Opferzahlen machten bald auch am anderen Ende der Welt die Runde, wo die Berliner Presse sich um verlässliche Informationen und eine seriöse Einschätzung der Lage bemühte. Dabei baute die Vossische Zeitung auf die Expertise des in Berlin ansässigen Reiseschriftstellers Colin Roß, der sich erst unlängst länger in Chile aufgehalten und von dort – auch in diesem Podcast – berichtet hatte. Seinen Hintergrundartikel zu den Umständen der Katastrophe aus der Ausgabe vom 14. November 1922 liest für uns Paula Leu.

Desenterrando el pasado
Los curiosos usos de las plantas de los antiguos pobladores de Atacama

Desenterrando el pasado

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 20:27


Un equipo de arqueólogos excava en la remota zona del desierto chileno de Atacama para responder a las preguntas sobre cómo vivían las sociedades cazadoras recolectores que poblaron el lugar miles de años atrás. Uno de sus recursos fundamentales pudieron ser las abundantes algas y cactus, que actualmente se estudian mediante los restos arqueobotánicos que encuentran.

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Chile tries to protect its 'flowering desert' from climate change, tourists

PRI: Science, Tech & Environment

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2022


In Chile's Atacama Desert, it almost never rains. The area is so dry that it even serves as a practice site for expeditions to Mars. But once or twice every decade, the skies open up and it rains, causing dormant seeds underground to grow.As a result, a spectacular “flowering desert” of plants that are mostly endemic to the Atacama region attract tourists and botanists from around the world. But the great interest in the flowers is also the same thing that's endangering them.Pata de guanaco A caterpillar moves along flowers in the Atacama Desert, Chile. Credit: Tibisay Zea/The World This natural phenomenon of the blooming desert usually happens every 5 to 7 years, and it's difficult to predict.“There needs to be a perfect combination of precipitation and temperature for the flowers to bloom,” said Monserrate Barrientos, a tour guide for the flowering desert in Copiapó.The most emblematic of the plants is a little pink flower — known as pata de guanaco, or “guanaco's foot” — that carpets large swaths of the desert during the bloom. Guanaco is a wild llama native to the area, whose feet look similar to the leaves of the flower.“The leaves are thick, to [be able to] store water,” Barrientos said. For many scientists, the flowering desert is an exciting event, because it proves the resilience of certain types of flora, like the pata de guanaco, in the world's driest desert.Benito Gomez Silva, a microbiologist at the University of Antofagasta, is studying microorganisms that are very resistant to extreme water scarcity.“If a plant can resist long periods of drought, its genetic material has useful information for people who work on genetically modified plants,” he said.But the flowering desert is facing several threats. One of them is climate change, according to Cesar Pizarro, a biologist with the Chilean Department of Conservation."Longer droughts or heavier rains could affect the frequency of the desert bloom,” he said. "And, eventually, it could even stop happening." Flora grows in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile. Credit: Tibisay Zea/The World Another threat is traffickers who collect the native plants, as well as visitors who pluck flowers to bring home with them.During his first visit to the Atacama region earlier this month, Chile's President Gabriel Boric announced the creation of the Desierto Florido National Park for the first quarter of 2023 in an attempt to preserve the area. Flowers bloom in the Atacama Desert in Chile once every 5-7 years. Credit: Tibisay Zea/The World Environmental organizations have raised concerns in recent years about the possible negative effects of large numbers of tourists visiting the flowering desert, as well as the illegal trade of native flower species and the development of motorsport in the region. Boric said that unscrupulous people are damaging this desert.“We need to protect the region and educate people about it,” he declared while standing in front of a field of pink flowers.An increased level of protection will ensure that tourists behave responsibly. Chilean tourists Carlos Silva and Ana Maria Acuña drove 23 hours from across the country just to see the flowering desert.“This is a birthday gift for my wife, Ana,” Silva said.And Ana said that she's been inspired by the visit.“Humans have a lot to learn from nature. It's so resilient to scarcity, to difficulties.”Professor Benito Gomez-Silva agreed that there is a lot to learn.“It's like translating the information that our little brothers, the microorganisms in the desert, provide for us,” he said. A tourist poses in a field of flowers in the Atacama Desert in northern Chile. Credit: Tibisay Zea/The World Especially with our changing climate, Gomez-Silva said that these desert plant species could have a lot to teach us, humans.Related: Fire and climate change are altering Patagonia's ecosystems

Dirt Church Radio
Inia Raumati - You Will Finish.

Dirt Church Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2022 85:58


Kia ora e te whānau. This week Eugene and Matt have the pleasure of speaking with Dr Inia Raumati (Taranaki) . Inia works in emergency medicine at Auckland City Hospital and is the only person from Aotearoa/New Zealand to complete the 4 Deserts Grand Slam, completing multi-day “raids” across the Sahara, Gobi, Atacama, and the Antarctic. Inia came to medicine after graduating as a physiotherapist, and has spent time working in anesthetics, on rescue helicopters, and deployed as part of the New Zealand Defence Force to Iraq. We kōrero with Inia about his life, his medical whakapapa, and his love of running for the deeper connection that it fostered between him and his father. Enjoy. Episode Links Inia Raumati Instagram Opus Fresh Apparel Co.Manuka PerformanceOld Mates Doug and Jasper Tina Buch Trail Nutrition SurveyCurraNZSCOTT Running Coros NZJulbo Eyewear UltrAspireirunfarGivealitle for Kerry's Rehab Dirt Church Radio on InstagramDirt Church Radio on Twitter Dirt Church Radio on Facebook Dirt Church Radio on PatreonCieleFurther Faster New Zealand

Theories of Everything with Curt Jaimungal
Steven Greer on UAPs, CE5, Skinwalker Ranch, and Disinformation

Theories of Everything with Curt Jaimungal

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2022 168:27 Very Popular


YouTube link : https://youtu.be/ndPdgyWIPcU Dr. Steven Greer is known for his views / knowledge on the UFO subject. Note: The views / message of the guest aren't those of myself (Curt) or TOE. This applies to every guest, and not just this one. Sponsors: - Trade Coffee is offering TOE listeners a total of $30 off your first order at https://drinktrade.com/everything - Visit https://hyundaiusa.com to learn more about the 2023 Hyundai Tucson *New* TOE Website (early access to episodes): https://theoriesofeverything.org/ Patreon: https://patreon.com/curtjaimungal Crypto: https://tinyurl.com/cryptoTOE PayPal: https://tinyurl.com/paypalTOE Twitter: https://twitter.com/TOEwithCurt Discord Invite: https://discord.com/invite/kBcnfNVwqs iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/better-left-unsaid-with-curt-jaimungal/id1521758802 Pandora: https://pdora.co/33b9lfP Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4gL14b92xAErofYQA7bU4e Subreddit r/TheoriesOfEverything: https://reddit.com/r/theoriesofeverything LINKS MENTIONED: - That UFO Podcast (Dan co-hosts this): https://www.youtube.com/thatufopodcast - Steven Greer's new film: https://thelostcenturyfilm.com/ - Steven Greer's YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/DrStevenGreer55 TIMESTAMPS: 00:00:00 Introduction 00:00:48 Preamble with Dr. Greer 00:04:18 [Santiago Fuentes] Workout routine and favorite music 00:03:30 [Andy McGrillen] Why appear on TOE when you decline so many podcasts? 00:04:06 Open source free energy and documentary 00:10:20 Danger with the phenomenon and Curt's views on NDAs / secrecy 00:18:14 Bob Lazar and popularity to keep yourself safe 00:19:59 Two governments? 00:22:21 [Josh] Being offered 2 billion to "shut up" 00:29:39 [Joe Murgia] Hughes' suicide, Miller, and 1998 00:39:00 Curt asks for evidence, disinformation, and briefing presidents 00:44:10 Why release information only to those who pay? (creating an archive) 00:46:56 How exactly does this "open source" energy work? 00:50:20 The asserted physics 00:52:36 Justice 00:53:15 The asserted physics (continued) 01:05:34 [Xavier] Working with Galileo project and CE5 01:17:15 Skin walker 01:21:21 Evidence for faking the analysis of the Atacama mummy? 01:32:20 On Tom DeLonge and To The Stars Academy 01:38:48 CE5 and hoaxing UFOs with flares? 01:50:05 Opinions on Bob Lazar 01:53:08 How to identify disinformation? 01:56:52 Non human entities and technology / black projects 02:02:33 Cattle mutilations 02:13:09 The asserted physics (continued) 02:16:12 Ukrainian UAPs and World War 3 02:18:18 Disclosure and "the others" controlling it (or CIA / gov't?) 02:21:51 Non-benevolt entities 02:26:15 Love, faith, goodness 02:28:29 Richard Doty 02:32:12 High up officials claiming to not meet Greer 02:34:11 Post-show (temporary extra) 02:39:00 Pre-show (temporary extra) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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ATACAMA BLUES #52 - SON HOUSE - DEATH LETTER

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2022 7:24


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

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ATACAMA BLUES #51 - LUKE WINSLOW-KING - IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK

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Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2022 6:34


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

Ciencia en Bicicleta
Fosa de Atacama: expedición a uno de los lugares más profundos de la Tierra

Ciencia en Bicicleta

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2022 52:56


Fue como descender sobre otro planeta". Oye el relato del viaje submarino a un mundo inexplorado: la fosa del Hadal de Atacama, uno de los lugares más profundos del planeta, un inframundo silencioso y helado, 8 kilómetros bajo la superficie del océano entre las costas de Perú y Chile. La oscuridad y la presión -que a nosotros nos haría implosionar- convirtieron en gran reto el descenso del pequeño submarino, una esfera de titanio fascinante de la que oiremos hablar a uno de sus tripulantes: Osvaldo Ulloa, director del Instituto Milenio de Oceanografía, en Concepción, Chile, en conversación con la periodista y escritora Ángela Posada Swafford. No te pierdas esta emocionante crónica del descenso a un mundo alfombrado de tapetes microbianos, organismos multicelulares polícromos, transparentes o bioluminiscentes: medusas, estrellas de mar, animales con formas raras como los crinoideos -en forma de paraguas-, anfípodos y otros extraños crustáceos y holoturias, una especie pepinos marinos, todos ellos habitantes de este abismo de agua en el que no podrían sobrevivir si fueran animales de la superficie terrestre. Este viaje los oceanógrafos chilenos Osvaldo Ulloa y Rubén Escribano descendieron al lugar con la expedición del explorador Víctor Vescovo, famoso por ser la primera persona en descender a los lugares más profundos del planeta. Esta fosa oceánica de la corteza terrestre se desprende de la cordillera de los Andes y es el punto más profundo del pacífico suroriental en el que hacen contacto la plaza de Nazca y la placa suramericana. "Conocemos más de la superficie de Marte que del fondo de nuestros océanos", dice Ulloa.

Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Video Archives
Climate Change and Health: Session I - Reducing Exposures and Promoting Resilience (Oct 7, 2022)

Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Video Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022


The NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) is hosting a Risk e-Learning webinar series focused on scientific research and tools that can be used to promote health and resilience to climate change. The series will feature SRP-funded researchers, collaborators, and other subject-matter experts who aim to better understand and address how climate change affects human exposures to hazardous substances and the public health consequences of a changing climate and identify ways to build health resilience. Building resilience to climate change includes removing hazardous substances from the environment that could be redistributed through climate events, such as flooding and hurricanes. The first session will feature SRP-funded researchers who are developing new strategies to clean-up contaminated water, using plants to mitigate drought, and designing more climate resilient communities. Presenters will discuss approaches to make ecosystems and communities more resilient to changing climatic conditions, such as drought, flooding, and pollution. SRP Director William Suk, Ph.D., M.P.H., will provide an overview of the series and briefly discuss the rationale and goals of SRP's climate change research activities. Raina Maier, Ph.D., of the University of Arizona SRP Center, will talk about soil health and the arid microbiome in dryland ecosystems as the climate continues to change. This talk will present results from studies in the Atacama and Sonoran Deserts showing the impact of aridity on the soil microbiome. These results will be put into the context of the role of the microbiome in reclamation of mine wastes generated by hardrock mining in arid regions. Research findings point to the need for nuanced approaches to management and regulation of mine waste reclamation efforts in a warming climate. Galen Newman, Ph.D., of Texas A&M University SRP Center, will discuss an engagement-based, adaptive and flexible green infrastructure toolkit developed by his team to address the needs of the City of Galena Park, Texas, which has experienced severe flood damage and hazardous substance transferal during flood events. The toolkit, which can be applied based on both on-ground spatial size and underground depth to existing infrastructure, can lessen both flooding and contamination issues to improve public health outcomes. David Sedlak, Ph.D., of the University of California, Berkeley SRP Center, will provide an overview of new water filtration techniques to ensure that the quality of urban runoff improves during the filtration process. His team developed robust systems that employ inexpensive geomedia that removes contaminants without impeding water flow. They also developed approaches for amending the geomedia with woodchips and other forms of organic carbon to enhance the removal of trace organics, nitrate, and metals through microbial processes. Sedlak will also discuss other approaches that can be used to enhance contaminant removal during the infiltration process. This webinar is the first in a three-part series, please visit the pages for Session II and Session III to register and learn more. To view this archive online or download the slides associated with this seminar, please visit http://www.clu-in.org/conf/tio/SRPCCH1_100722/

Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Audio Archives
Audio for "Climate Change and Health: Session I - Reducing Exposures and Promoting Resilience," Oct 7, 2022

Contaminated Site Clean-Up Information (CLU-IN): Internet Seminar Audio Archives

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2022


The NIEHS Superfund Research Program (SRP) is hosting a Risk e-Learning webinar series focused on scientific research and tools that can be used to promote health and resilience to climate change. The series will feature SRP-funded researchers, collaborators, and other subject-matter experts who aim to better understand and address how climate change affects human exposures to hazardous substances and the public health consequences of a changing climate and identify ways to build health resilience. Building resilience to climate change includes removing hazardous substances from the environment that could be redistributed through climate events, such as flooding and hurricanes. The first session will feature SRP-funded researchers who are developing new strategies to clean-up contaminated water, using plants to mitigate drought, and designing more climate resilient communities. Presenters will discuss approaches to make ecosystems and communities more resilient to changing climatic conditions, such as drought, flooding, and pollution. SRP Director William Suk, Ph.D., M.P.H., will provide an overview of the series and briefly discuss the rationale and goals of SRP's climate change research activities. Raina Maier, Ph.D., of the University of Arizona SRP Center, will talk about soil health and the arid microbiome in dryland ecosystems as the climate continues to change. This talk will present results from studies in the Atacama and Sonoran Deserts showing the impact of aridity on the soil microbiome. These results will be put into the context of the role of the microbiome in reclamation of mine wastes generated by hardrock mining in arid regions. Research findings point to the need for nuanced approaches to management and regulation of mine waste reclamation efforts in a warming climate. Galen Newman, Ph.D., of Texas A&M University SRP Center, will discuss an engagement-based, adaptive and flexible green infrastructure toolkit developed by his team to address the needs of the City of Galena Park, Texas, which has experienced severe flood damage and hazardous substance transferal during flood events. The toolkit, which can be applied based on both on-ground spatial size and underground depth to existing infrastructure, can lessen both flooding and contamination issues to improve public health outcomes. David Sedlak, Ph.D., of the University of California, Berkeley SRP Center, will provide an overview of new water filtration techniques to ensure that the quality of urban runoff improves during the filtration process. His team developed robust systems that employ inexpensive geomedia that removes contaminants without impeding water flow. They also developed approaches for amending the geomedia with woodchips and other forms of organic carbon to enhance the removal of trace organics, nitrate, and metals through microbial processes. Sedlak will also discuss other approaches that can be used to enhance contaminant removal during the infiltration process. This webinar is the first in a three-part series, please visit the pages for Session II and Session III to register and learn more. To view this archive online or download the slides associated with this seminar, please visit http://www.clu-in.org/conf/tio/SRPCCH1_100722/

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts
ATACAMA BLUES #50 - LUKE WINSLOW-KING - IF THESE WALLS COULD TALK

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 5:15


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

Indigenous Rights Radio
Minerales de transición, una amenaza para los Pueblos Indígenas

Indigenous Rights Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2022 20:26


Como su nombre lo indica, los minerales de transición son fundamentales para la transición energética. Es decir, para dejar atrás el uso de combustibles fósiles, que son altamente contaminantes, y fortalecer el uso de energías renovables como la solar o la eólica, lo que ayudará a disminuir el calentamiento global y el cambio climático. Hablar de minerales de transición parece esperanzador para la humanidad, sin embargo, muchos de estos minerales esenciales para la fabricación de automóviles eléctricos, dispositivos electrónicos y turbinas eólicas, son extraídos de los territorios de los Pueblos Indígenas y dejan enormes daños ambientales, por lo que se han convertido en una amenaza. En este programa, la activista chilena Karen Luza denuncia cómo la extracción de cobre y litio, dos minerales de transición, ha impactado de manera negativa la vida de las comunidades Indígenas en la región de San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. Puede escuchar, descargar y compartir este programa de forma gratuita. Musicalización: Música de introducción: - “Burn Your Village to the Ground” de The Halluci Nation. Derechos de autor, propiedad de The Halluci Nation. Usada bajo su permiso. Música de fondo: - Música andina de uso libre. Voces: - Karen Luza, San Pedro de Atacama, Chile. - Guadalupe Pastrana, Nahua, Cultural Survival, México. Entrevista: - Rosy Sul González, Maya Kaqchikel, Cultural Survival, Guatemala. Guión y edición: - Guadalupe Pastrana, Nahua, Cultural Survival, México. Imagen: - Tatsuya Ohinata. Enlaces: Chile: Explotación de litio deja sin agua a pobladores https://www.dw.com/es/chile-explotaci%C3%B3n-de-litio-deja-sin-agua-a-pobladores/a-52165228 Esta es una producción de Radio de Derechos Indígenas. Nuestros programas son gratuitos para escuchar, descargar y difundir.

Mija Podcast (Spanish)
Mija Música: La danza

Mija Podcast (Spanish)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 10:33


En este episodio, Gavilán cuenta la manera muy particular en la que se baila la cumbia colombiana en Monterrey. También habla con su abuela Yoya, quien le cuenta cómo conoció al abuelo y cómo era él en su época de joven aventurero.CréditosEste programa fue producido por Studio Ochenta.Nuestra productora ejecutiva es Lory Martínez.Historia, mezcla de sonido y música original por mí, Luis López.Dirección editorial por Lory Martínez, con apoyo en edición de Maru Lombardo y Jeremías Juárez.Nuestra coordinadora de producción es Catalina Hoyos.Arte de William Guevara.La recomendación de la semana es la canción “El baile del gavilán”, de Chicos de Barrio. No son de Monterrey, sino de la cercana ciudad de Torreón, pero esta canción es una especie de manifiesto del estilo de baile que se menciona en este episodio.'Adventure in Atacama', el show interactivo producido por Studio Ochenta, está nominado a un premio Lovie en la categoría de 'Uso de audio más innovador'. Y, con tu voto, ¡podemos ganar! En este link puedes apoyarnos: Lovie Awards. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mija Podcast (English)
Mija Música: La danza

Mija Podcast (English)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2022 10:16


In this episode, Gavilán shares the very particular style in which Colombian cumbia is danced in Monterrey. He also speaks to his abuela Yoya, who tells him how she met abuelo Lolo, back when he was an adventurous young man. CREDITS: This show was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our executive producer is Lory Martínez.Story, sound mixing, and original music by me, Luis López.Our creative director is Lory Martínez.Additional script editing by Maru Lombardo and Jeremías Juárez.Our production coordinator is Catalina HoyosAnd our art is by William Guevara.This week's recommendation is the song “El baile del gavilán”, by Chicos de Barrio. This band isn't from Monterrey, but from the nearby city of Torreón. But this song is a sort of manifesto for the dancing style mentioned in this episode."Adventure in Atacama", the interactive podcast from Studio Ochenta has been nominated to a Lovie Award in the Most Innovative Podcast/Use of Audio caregory. And, with your vote, we can win! Vote here: Lovie Awards. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MijaPodcast If you liked the show, leave us a comment and a review on Apple PodcastsUntil next time, with love and recuerdos. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Singletracks Mountain Bike News
Kate Leeming on Exploring the Planet by Mountain Bike

Singletracks Mountain Bike News

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2022 76:41 Very Popular


Dr. Kate Leeming is an explorer and adventurer who has biked tens of thousands of miles around the world, including 15,000 miles around the Australian continent in 2004 and 2005 and 22,000km across Africa from Sengal to Somalia. In 2019 she became the first person to cycle 1600km through the sands of the Namibian coast and is working toward the first-ever Antarctic bicycle crossing via the South Pole for her educational outreach organization, Breaking the Cycle. In May of this year Leeming completed her latest expedition, The Andes, the Altiplano & the Atacama. The 4,400km adventure began just as Covid-19 hit, forcing her to end her trip after 1,100km of riding. She returned earlier this year to successfully complete the trip. In this episode, we ask: What is your first memory of going on an adventure? Were you a good student in school? Did you enjoy learning? Have you always considered yourself an explorer? How does Breaking the Cycle: Education connect with your expeditions? What is the goal? What got you interested in the traversing the Skeleton Coast in Namibia by bike? Tell us about the all-wheel-drive fat bike you used. Was this a custom set up, or something you were able to find off the shelf? How did the bike perform? Were there any surprises along the way? How do you prepare for such massive expeditions, especially ones that no one else has completed before? How much of the preparation involves physical training versus research and logistics? How do you prepare yourself mentally? What are the challenges that women continue to face in the world of adventuring and exploring today? Are there ways we can be “explorers” in our day-to-day lives? What is the value of staying curious? Learn more and connect with Kate at KateLeeming.com and BreakingTheCycle.Education. ✏️ A written transcript of this conversation is available at singletracks.com. --Keep up with the latest in mountain biking at Singletracks.com and on Instagram @singletracks --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/singletracks/support

BirdNote
Seabirds in the Desert

BirdNote

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2022 1:37 Very Popular


The White-vented Storm-Petrel is a small black and white seabird found off the coasts of Chile and Peru. Storm-petrels spend their entire lives at sea, except when nesting. Scientists had long been mystified about just where this species nests. A search lasting eight years led them to a site 50 miles inland in the Atacama desert, a place often compared to the surface of Mars. They employed dogs specially trained to sniff out seabirds. The dogs helped locate White-vented Storm-Petrel nests tucked into mineral deposits deep in the desert. More info and transcript at BirdNote.org. Want more BirdNote? Subscribe to our weekly newsletter. Sign up for BirdNote+ to get ad-free listening and other perks. BirdNote is a nonprofit. Your tax-deductible gift makes these shows possible.

Mija Podcast (Spanish)
Mija Música: El acordeón

Mija Podcast (Spanish)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 8:47


En este episodio, Gavilán se reencuentra con una amiga de la infancia, una acordeonista llamada Paloma. Ella creció con la música norteña, y cuenta cómo el abuelo Lolo la hizo descubrir el vallenato, un estilo musical que encontró un hogar en Monterrey, ciudad acordeonera por excelencia. CréditosEste programa fue producido por Studio Ochenta.Nuestra productora ejecutiva es Lory Martínez.Historia, mezcla de sonido y música original por mí, Luis López.Dirección editorial por Lory Martínez, con apoyo en edición de Maru Lombardo y Jeremías Juárez.Nuestra coordinadora de producción es Catalina Hoyos.Arte de William Guevara.La recomendación de la semana es el grupo Los Vallenatos de la Cumbia. Fue fundado en 1985 en Monterrey y fue el primer grupo mexicano que logró tener éxito comercial tocando cumbias y vallenatos de Colombia, aunque eso sí, a su estilo.'Adventure in Atacama', el show interactivo producido por Studio Ochenta, está nominado a un premio Lovie en la categoría de 'Uso de audio más innovador'. Y, con tu voto, ¡podemos ganar! En este link puedes apoyarnos: Lovie Awards.Síguenos en Twitter y en Instagram en @mijapodcast. Si les gustó el programa déjenos un comentario en Apple Podcasts. Hasta la próxima, con amor y recuerdos. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mija Podcast (English)
Mija Música: El acordeón

Mija Podcast (English)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2022 8:30


In this episode, Gavilán catches up with a childhood friend, and accordionist named Paloma. She grew up listening to norteña music, and tells the story of how Lolo introduced her to vallenato, a musical style that found a new home in Monterrey, a city that already boasted a passion for the accordion.CREDITS: This show was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our executive producer is Lory Martínez.Story, sound mixing, and original music by me, Luis López.Our creative director is Lory Martínez.Additional script editing by Maru Lombardo and Jeremías Juárez.Our production coordinator is Catalina HoyosAnd our art is by William Guevara.This week's recommendation is Los Vallenatos de la Cumbia. Founded in 1985 in Monterrey, they were the first musical group from Mexico to become commercially successful playing Colombian cumbia and vallenato. In their unique style, of course."Adventure in Atacama", the interactive podcast from Studio Ochenta has been nominated to a Lovie Award in the Most Innovative Podcast/Use of Audio caregory. And, with your vote, we can win! Vote here: Lovie Awards. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MijaPodcast If you liked the show, leave us a comment and a review on Apple PodcastsUntil next time, with love and recuerdos. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts
ATACAMA BLUES #49 - JOHN PRIMER - HARD TIMES

RADAR 97.8fm podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 6:54


O espaço intitulado “Atacama Blues” vai, como o nome sugere, ocupar o território musical dos blues e os seus afluentes. Todas as semanas uma nova sugestão.   Com André Gonçalves

CruxCasts
ATEX Resources (ATX) - NEW High-Grade Drill Programme Funded

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2022 13:53


ATEX Resources Inc. is a TSX-V-listed copper-gold exploration and development company focused on the development of its Valeriano copper-gold project, located in the Atacama region of Chile. The project consists of a large copper-gold porphyry system which is overlain by near-surface oxidised epithermal gold.

Adventure in Atacama
We have some news to share!

Adventure in Atacama

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 1:22


"Adventure in Atacama", has been nominated to a Lovie Award in the Most Innovative Podcast/Use of Audio caregory. And, with your vote, we can win! Vote here: Lovie Awards. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Redeye
Chilean-Canadian author Carmen Rodriguez on her 2021 book, Atacama (encore)

Redeye

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 20:53


Carmen Rodriguez is an internationally acclaimed Chilean-Canadian author, educator and journalist. Her 2021 novel, Atacama, is set against the backdrop of Chile in the first half of the twentieth century and Europe during the Spanish Civil War. It is both a sweeping historical novel and gripping tale of personal drama. Carmen Rodriguez joined us in November last year to talk about the book.

Mija Podcast (Spanish)
Mija Música: El ritmo

Mija Podcast (Spanish)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 8:00


En este episodio, Gavilán quiere saber más sobre su abuelo, así que visita al Guacho, un músico de vallenato y gran amigo de Lolo. El Guacho le habla de la historia de los dos instrumentos rítmicos de la cumbia y el vallenato: la caja y la guacharaca, y de cómo de esos dos sonidos nacen muchos ritmos y hasta un afortunado accidente. CRÉDITOS:Este programa fue producido por Studio Ochenta.Nuestra productora ejecutiva es Lory Martínez.Historia, mezcla de sonido y música original por mí, Luis López.Dirección editorial por Lory Martínez, con apoyo en edición de Maru Lombardo y Jeremías Juárez.Nuestra coordinadora de producción es Catalina Hoyos.Arte de William Guevara.La recomendación de la semana es la música de Gabriel Duéñez. Él es un sonidero de Monterrey, y es el responsable del “accidente” que dio vida a la cumbia rebajada. Visita el sitio de este episodio, que podrás encontrar en la descripción, para escuchar su música.¡Tenemos una súper noticia para compartirte! 'Adventure in Atacama', el show interactivo producido por Studio Ochenta, está nominado a un premio Lovie en la categoría de 'Uso de audio más innovador'. Y, con tu voto, ¡podemos ganar! En este link puedes apoyarnos: Lovie Award.Síguenos en Twitter y en Instagram en @mijapodcast. Si les gustó el programa déjenos un comentario en Apple Podcasts. Hasta la próxima, con amor y recuerdos. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Mija Podcast (English)
Mija Música: El ritmo

Mija Podcast (English)

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 7:58


In this episode, Gavilán wants to learn more about his abuelo, so he meets El Guacho, a vallenato musician and very close friend of Lolo's. El Guacho tells him the story of the two rhythm instruments of cumbia and vallenato: the caja and the guacharaca, and how so many rhythms, and even a rather fortunate accident, trace their roots to these two sounds. This week's recommendation is the music of Gabriel Duéñez. He's a sonidero from Monterrey, and he's the one to thank for the “accident” that gave life to the now beloved cumbia rebajada. Visit our website, that you can find in our shownotes, for links to his music. CREDITS: This show was produced by Studio Ochenta. Our executive producer is Lory Martínez.Story, sound mixing, and original music by me, Luis López.Our creative director is Lory Martínez.Additional script editing by Maru Lombardo and Jeremías Juárez.Our production coordinator is Catalina HoyosAnd our art is by William Guevara.¡Vote for us! Adventure in Atacama, the interactive show also produced by Studio Ochenta has been nominated for most inovative use of audio on this years Lovie Awards and if you liked the show, you can helpp us with your vote here: Lovie Awards.Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @MijaPodcast If you liked the show, leave us a comment and a review on Apple PodcastsUntil next time, with love and recuerdos. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Adventure in Atacama
Studio Ochenta Presents: Ochenta Cuentos' Fourth Season!

Adventure in Atacama

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 1:38


If you enjoyed Adventure in Atacama, we think you'd love to check out another Ochenta show in your free time: Ochenta Cuentos, an anthology show with episodes in Spanish and English that showcases creative fiction stories from Latin America! Airing its fourth season on September 22nd, start listening to a whole array of short stories inspired by plants and animals.***********Check out more from Ochenta Cuentos on https://www.ochentastudio.com/ochenta-cuentosFollow Studio Ochenta on social media for updates on our shows!IG: @ochentapodcastsTikTok: @studioochentaTwitter: @ochentapodcasts ************CREDITS:Produced by: Maru LombardoProduction Assistant: Jeremías JuárezPresented by: Maru LombardoIllustrations: Cacho Rubione (IG: @cachorubione) Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Me Conta Sua Viagem?
DESERTO DO ATACAMA - A melhor viagem da sua vida! | DROPS Me Conta Sua Viagem? #042

Me Conta Sua Viagem?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 8:14


Tá aí um dos melhores destinos do mundo. Que rolê incrível, sério! Instagram: FelipeFonsecaTV Contato: mecontasuaviagem@gmail.com

Stereo Chemistry
Lithium mining's water use sparks bitter conflicts and novel chemistry

Stereo Chemistry

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 35:14 Very Popular


Replacing gas cars with electric ones is a main pillar of plans to fight climate change. But the lithium-ion batteries used in electric cars come with a cost. Communities near the Salar de Atacama in Chile, where about a quarter of the world's lithium is extracted from salty aquifers, say mining companies pose a serious threat to the local environment and their access to water. Mining companies strongly dispute those claims. In this episode of Stereo Chemistry, we'll explore the environmental factors at play in the salar and the differing perspectives on how best to measure impact. And we'll hear from a new group of mining start-ups that claim they can use chemical methods—as yet unproven—to extract lithium without the same impact on water.  This is the first episode in a new series exploring the future of water. A transcript of this episode, along with English translations of all Spanish dialogue, is available at bit.ly/3QGlQpu. Sign up for C&EN's email series “Advancing in the Art of Science Communication” at bit.ly/scicommadvanced. Credits Executive producer/host: Kerri Jansen Writer: Matt Blois Audio editor: Mark Feuer DiTusa Story editors: Michael McCoy, Manny I. Fox Morone, Ariana Remmel Sensitivity editor: Sofía Jarrín Audience editor: Dorea I. Reeser Copyeditor: Heather Holt Translator: Fernando Gomollón Bel, Juan José Sáenz de la Torre Logo design: William A. Ludwig Episode artwork: SQM Music (in order of appearance): "Tinker Toys" by Colton Dewberry, "Pebbles Dance" by Roie Shpigler, "Earth & Heavens" by Sémø and Ian Post, "Street Dreams" by Julian Hartwell, "There's No One Else Just Like Me" by Shahar Guttman, "Eternal Sunshine" by Stanley Gurvich Contact Stereo Chemistry: Tweet at us @cenmag or email cenfeedback@acs.org.

Mochileiros sem Pauta
História dos ouvintes #09

Mochileiros sem Pauta

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 45:56


Quer saber a visão de Bruno e o pedido de casamento em relação ao último episódio da história dos ouvintes? Para ouvir a primeira parte da história e entender esse episódio, escute o programa no link abaixo: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3vF7UaAeiallsyXIFKeDH3?si=d3d3fadd94914eed Quer fazer parte da comunidade do podcast? https://www.catarse.me/mochileirossempauta Link da agência de viagens - Fui Gostei Trips - Viagens no Atacama e pelo Salar do Uyuni https://conteudo.fuigosteitrips.com.br/captacao-fgt-afiliado-mochileiros-sem-pauta Mochilas e equipamentos para viagem da Curtlo: www.curtlo.com.br cupom de desconto: msp10 Grupo telegram: https://t.me/mochileirossempauta Apresentação: Cainã Ito https://www.instagram.com/caina.ito/ Willy Barros https://www.instagram.com/eimaetovivo/ Arte Vitrine: Guto Arrigoni https://www.instagram.com/gutoarrigoni/

Mining Stock Daily
Tim Warman: From Gold Production to Copper Developer

Mining Stock Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 17:18


Tim Warman joins the podcast today for a heartfelt conversation with Paul Harris regarding the sale of Fiore Gold to Calibre Mining and his transition to copper in Chile's Atacama region.

CruxCasts
ATEX Resources (ATX) - Technical Analysis & Due Diligence

CruxCasts

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 4, 2022 40:13


ATEX Resources Inc. is a TSX-V-listed copper-gold exploration and development company focused on the development of its Valeriano copper-gold project, located in the Atacama region of Chile. The project consists of a large copper-gold porphyry system which is overlain by near-surface oxidised epithermal gold.

Pravda
PRAVDA O KLÍME - Polovicu šatníka nenosíme. Ako dať veciam druhú šancu, aby neskončili v spaľovni?

Pravda

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 15:37


Ako sa Slováci správajú k oblečeniu a ako nakupujú? Do akej miery nám záleží na značke a ako rastie záujem o nosené veci? Dajú sa aj v bazároch nájsť nenosené kúsky? Koľko oblečenia sa ročne vyrobí a koľko končí v spaľovniach? Čo nájdete na púšti Atacama? A viete čo je kapsulový šatník? O ekologickej móde a použitom oblečení hovoríme v relácii Pravda o klíme s Katarínou Hutyrovou s Nosene.sk.

Earth Wise
Lithium Mining And The Environment | Earth Wise

Earth Wise

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 2:00


The Salar de Atacama in Chile is a large, dry salt flat surrounded by mountain ranges and is one of the driest places on Earth. Parts of the Atacama Desert have gone without rain for as long as people have been keeping track. Water rich in dissolved salts lies beneath this flat surface and it […]

Here Lies Me
Introducing: Adventure in Atacama

Here Lies Me

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 1, 2022 13:36


The producers of this series wanted to let you know about another highly impressive podcast they think you'll enjoy. A flight attendant, a retired pilot and a luchador must find a missing marine biologist to save the world from a “proverbial” apocalypse - that is, IF YOU CAN HELP THEM DO IT! Welcome to Adventure in Atacama, an audio game where you decide what happens to the heroes! START WITH EPISODE 0 then follow the narrator's instructions to play the game and choose your own storypath! Head to : http://chooseyourpodcastadventure.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Latinos Out Loud
Adventures in Podcasting w/ Lory Martinez and Maru Lombardo

Latinos Out Loud

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2022 36:29


On this episode of LOL, we chat it up with Lory Martinez and Maru Lombardo of the Latina-owned and Webby Award nominated, Studio Ochenta who recently launched their first-ever interactive podcast in Spanish and English called Adventure in Atacama. It's a choose-your-own-adventure that allows the listener to choose their own story path at the end of each episode.