Iraj Ershaghi

Professor of Petroleum and Chemical Engineering, Director of the Petroleum Engineering Dept at USC

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Professor of Petroleum and Chemical Engineering, Director of the Petroleum Engineering Dept at the University of Southern California

Iraj Ershaghi on KCRW

Last Friday, there were reports of smoke rising from the ground in the  Los Padres National Forest  in Ventura County.

At Mysterious Hot Spot in Ventura County, Soil is More Than 800 degrees

Last Friday, there were reports of smoke rising from the ground in the Los Padres National Forest in Ventura County.

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