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Henry Darcy: The Man Who Saved Dijon

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Published on Jan 6, 2014

Henry Darcy is sometimes called the Father of Hydrology for his insights into how fluids move through geologic materials. But in his day, he was known as the hometown hero who transformed an unhealthy village with bad water into a vibrant town. Patricia Bobeck translated Darcy's book about how he solved Dijon's water problem from French into English. Produced by Marc Airhart in 2012.

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