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Merle Jensen A Blueprint For Survival Biosphere II
Glen Small introduces the lecture. Merle Jensen begins by describing himself as an agriculturist interested in food production,...
Merle Jensen A Blueprint For Survival Biosphere...
Jensen explains his research at the Environment Research Laboratory at The University of Arizona. They are working on a totally...

Merle Jensen A Blueprint For Survival Biosphere II

March 16, 1988 | Video Lecturer:

Glen Small introduces the lecture. Merle Jensen begins by describing himself as an agriculturist interested in food production, and strategies to bring back the country into the city. Jensen describes briefly the current problems of the planet earth arising from the fact that humans are not good resource managers. Jensen explains his research a totally regenerative, balanced ecological system, The Biosphere II. He discusses different research projects on hydroponic food production, examples of bioengineering, aquaculture, air, soil and pest controlling for the Biosphere II.

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During the question and answers session, Jensen talks about how more and more Americans are starting to grow their own food at...
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Glen Small introduces the lecture. Merle Jensen describes himself as an agriculturist interested in food production, and...
Merle Jensen A Blueprint For Survival Biosphere...
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Jensen explains his research at the Environment Research Laboratory at The University of Arizona. They are working on a totally...

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Jensen explains his research at the Environment Research Laboratory at The University of Arizona. They are working on a totally regenerative balanced ecological system, The Biosphere II, and believe that this prototype will guide the management of the cities of the future. Jensen discusses different research projects on hydroponic food production, examples of bioengineering, aquaculture, and air, soil and pest controlling for the Biosphere II.