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Title: Trash Cans Full of Treasure Runtimes: 00:02:39 Station: WETA | PBS NewsHour Student Reporting Labs Description: In Texas, high school students are working to develop a more efficient and sustainable waste management system. Type: Segment
Title: Surf Forecasting Is Part Of Walter Munk’s Legacy Runtimes: 00:03:38 Station: KPBS Description: SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA SURFERS MIGHT NOT KNOW IT, BUT THEY ARE BENEFITING EVERY DAY FROM RESEARCH DONE DECADES AGO BY LEGENDARY OCEANOGRAPHER WALTER MUNK, WHO DIED EARLIER THIS MONTH. KPBS REPORTER ERIK ANDERSON SAYS ONE OF MUNK'S LASTING GIFTS IS HIS WORK PIONEERING SURF FORECASTING.Type: Segment
Title: Return of Indian Island Runtimes: 00:08:45 Station: KEET-TV Description: The Wiyot Tribe, after more than 150 years of exile, returns to the center of its spiritual universe on Indian Island in Humboldt Bay. Type: Segment
Title: Past and Present -- Immigration in Humboldt County Runtimes: 00:06:20 Station: KEET-TV Description: Striving to overcome a long-cultivated reputation for intolerance and anti-immigrant violence, Humboldt County votes to become a sanctuary for new arrivals. Type: Segment
Title: Lake Erie Bill of Rights Runtimes: 00:05:07 Station: WGTE Public Media Description: On February 26, 2019, voters in Toledo voted to amend the Toledo City charter and acknowledge that the Lake Erie watershed has legal rights to “exist, flourish, and naturally evolve.” Proponents of the Lake Erie Bill of Rights say that citizens are taking stewardship into their own hands.Type: Segment
Title: Drones in Arctic Research Runtimes: 00:04:35 Station: KPBS Description: SAN DIEGO RESEARCHERS ARE DEPLOYING NEW TOOLS TO STUDY THE ANTARCTIC'S UNDERWATER FOOD WEB. NOAA SCIENTISTS HAVE TRACKED KRILL POPULATIONS IN THE SOUTHERN OCEANS FOR YEARS, BUT FOR THE FIRST TIME, THEY PLAN TO USE AUTONOMOUS DRONES TO HELP WITH THE RESEARCH.Type: Segment
Title: Economics, immigration and the changing face of the Last Frontier Runtimes: 00:05:47 Station: Alaska Public Media Description: Over the course of little more than a century, Alaska communities transformed from primarily indigenous to some of the most culturally diverse in the United States. What changed? A combination of economic and political forces combined to reshape the population -- and the effects still linger today.Type: Segment
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