Madeline Schreiber interviewed on Pulse of the Planet radio

Pulse of the PlanetIn 2014, after the third-largest coal ash spill in the U.S. occurred near Eden, North Carolina, coal ash and millions of gallons of contaminated water were discharged into the Dan River. NSF-funded Madeline Schreiber and her team at Virginia Tech went to work quickly to gauge the impact.

In the following 2-minute radio installments from Pulse of the Planet, Dr. Schreiber talks about her research: