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Ed Keller

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Environmental geology professor at UC Santa Barbara.

Ed Keller on KCRW

It’s January, which means we’re only halfway through January and we could see more rain soon. So is the worst behind us?

What could happen next time it rains?

It’s January, which means we’re only halfway through January and we could see more rain soon. So is the worst behind us?

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