Interview with Cave Diving Environmental Anthropologist Kenny Broad

May 23, 2011
Kenny Broad

Photo by Wes Skiles

This morning, Kenny Broad an environmental anthropologist and cave diver, was interviewed on 94.9 KUOW Puget Sound Public Radio. During the interview he talked about why caves are important, and gives his firsthand experience of what it’s like to explore a cave below the surface of the ocean.


Dr. Kenneth Broad is director of the Leonard and Jane Abess Center for Ecosystem Science and Policy and an associate professor in the division of marine affairs and policy at the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science. He is internationally known for his exploration of underwater caves. Most recently, he led a multidisciplinary team on a National Geographic Society expedition to explore the underwater caves of the Bahamas.

To listen to the interview, which runs 54 minutes, head on over to the 94.9 KUOW and click the links on the right hand side.

Extreme Cave Diving With Environmental Anthropologist Kenny Broad [94.9 KUOW]

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