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Browse All : 1) Steven Westcott talks with Dr. Robert Lee of the Wildlife Conservation Society about the ecosystem of the DMZ between No. & So. Korea, 2) Peter Berle discusses the Oceans' Act with Roger McManus, 3) John D. Werth of Stanford describes the effects of El Nino as he flies over parts of the So. Hemisphere, 4) In the Earth Calendar Peter Berle discusses sapodillas with Mark Ellenby, 5) Steven Westcott talks with author Bradley Sheard about the role of shipwrecks in providing marine habitat, 6) the Talking Green segment includes Peter Berle discussing the effects of hot water discharged from nuclear power plants with May Jane Johnson, Paul Richter, and Dr. Steve Schroeder, 7) David Peterson reads from "The Nearby Faraway"

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Environment Show
Environment Show
3/25/1998
 
Description 1) Steven Westcott talks with Dr. Robert Lee of the Wildlife Conservation Society about the ecosystem of the DMZ between No. & So. Korea, 2) Peter Berle discusses the Oceans' Act with Roger McManus, 3) John D. Werth of Stanford describes the effects of El Nino as he flies over parts of the So. Hemisphere, 4) In the Earth Calendar Peter Berle discusses sapodillas with Mark Ellenby, 5) Steven Westcott talks with author Bradley Sheard about the role of shipwrecks in providing marine habitat, 6) the Talking Green segment includes Peter Berle discussing the effects of hot water discharged from nuclear power plants with May Jane Johnson, Paul Richter, and Dr. Steve Schroeder, 7) David Peterson reads from "The Nearby Faraway"
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