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The Conversation: Tuesday, December 12th, 2017

Syracuse University Lava Project

Kauai Pesticide Report; Dangers of Downsizing Marine Preserves; Art and Science of Creating Lava

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Kauai Pesticide Joint Study Group 2016 Report

Yesterday the Kauai Pesticide Joint Fact Finding Study Group presented findings of a 15-month study of pesticide use by large agribusinesses on the Garden Isle.

Intro Music: Watching the Detectives by Elvis Costello

Outro Music: Soul Surfing by Kasket Club

Keith Matson, Accord 3.0 Network

JFF Kauai Final Report by HPR News on Scribd

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Rose Atoll, part of Rose Atoll Marine National Monument near American Samoa. The monument is one of two Marine National Monuments in the Pacific being considered for reduction.

Dangers of Downsizing Marine National Monuments

A Stanford University biologist argues against downsizing protected marine areas, saying that we continue to take more from the ocean than we give back.

Intro Music: Awe by Citizen Cope

Outro Music: Sauce by Diego Raposo

Stephen Palumbi, Stanford University

Interior Department Revised Final Report by HPR News on Scribd

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Creating Man-Made Lava

An artist and a geologist at Syracuse University have teamed up to create their own lava in Upstate New York.  

Outro Music: Sister of Pearl by Baio

Jeff Karson, Syracuse University

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Civil Beat Reality Check

Workers in Hawaii with long-term injuries often find themselves in an uphill battle with insurance companies, with few doctors willing to treat them and a system that seems stacked against them, according to a Civil Beat special report.

Outro Music: River by Sam Smith

John Hill

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