Fracking and science: Can we get to a better place? | Ken Klemow | TEDxStroudsburgLibrary





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Published on Mar 16, 2016

Prof. Ken Klemow explores the public reaction to the science of hydraulic fracturing and explains how we can evaluate good science and not let passion prevent a fair evaluation of objective scientific evidence.

Ken Klemow is a professor at Wilkes University and holds a joint appointment in the departments of Biology and GeoEnvironmental Science. His research interests include community and population ecology of plants colonizing terrestrial mine-impacted sites, wetland ecology and mapping, remediation of aquatic systems impacted by abandoned mine drainage, conservation ecology of vascular plants, ecology education, ecological bioinformatics.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx


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