Audio Interviews with Dr. Eric Karlstrom

Eric Karlstrom

Dr. Eric Karlstrom, emeritus Professor of Geography, California State University, Stanislaus, recently completed a 30-year teaching career. He taught physical and environmental geography courses, as well as courses cross-listed with the Geology department and an honors course. Throughout his career, Dr. Karlstrom has continued his research program in soils and geomorphology as means of reconstructing Quaternary paleoclimates. He is also the author or co-author of many earth science publications.

Interview with Dr. Eric Karlstrom on Lexam’s proposed gas drilling on the Baca National Wildlife Refuge- 9/04/07


On February 5, 2008, Melodee Hallett, of Truth Quest (KHEN radio in Salida, Colorado) conducted a one hour interview of Dr. Eric Karlstrom, Professor of Geography, about the proposed drilling of three 14,000′ gas test wells on the new Baca national Wildlife Refuge by Lexam Explorations, Inc., a Canadian company. This interview explains what has been happening with the NEPA process.


Dr. Eric T. Karlstrom is interviewed by KRZA radio show on Lexam, Inc.’s proposed gas drilling on the Baca National Wildlife Refuge (2/22/08).