This Week in Water:This Week in Water for February 10, 2019 
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This Week in Water  This Week in Water for February 10, 2019  Capturing Deadly Gases from a "Killer Lake." That story and more on H2O Radio' s weekly news report about water. 
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H2O Radio  Newscasts and News Features  For non-profit use only. 
Summary: Featured speakers/guests:
Last week climate change received more attention on Capitol Hill than it may have ever--and some was from Republicans.

Sand mining is a massive industry worldwide and might be among the most corrupt and environmentally destructive operations--especially to rivers.

Partly in an effort to avert disasters, some of the gas in this lake has been captured to generate electricity.

The blue and green colors of the ocean will become even bluer and greener because of climate change.

Tiger sharks to hammerheads could soon be happy if they live in Hawai'i. 
Notes: Credits:
Hey stations! Don't miss our other news features! Check out our recent story on dying trees in Hawaii:
and a short feature on chemicals getting into our waterways: 
Environment | Biodiversity / Extinction | Climate Change | Ecosystems | Fracking | Rwanda | Earth Sciences | Science in Society  
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View Script    02-10-2019  English 
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H2ORadioTWIW10Feb19  128Kbps mp3 (6.24MB) Stereo 


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