Environmental anthropologist Kenny Broad and his team go underwater and underground to explore caves. “When things go great in cave diving, there's nothing more spectacular in the world,” Broad says. “Then I get to the surface and I get to think about the problem of what did we learn, and how can it help us deal with water management, with climate change, with preserving fossils? All the things that matter for day-to-day life on the surface.” #BestJobEver
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