On 03/25/10, host Paul Guggenheimer talks with Tom Dravland, SD Department of Public Safety Secretary. He will be discussing the flooding situation in the state and what government leaders are planning for the next couple of months.
Then U.S. Geological Survey hydrolgist John Stamm talks about looking at spring runoff data for the last 50 years in Eastern South Dakota, and trying to determine if the flooding is caused by global warming.
Our last segment is with Frontline Correspondent Martin Smith on his documentary "The Quake" which looks at the aftermath of the earthquake in Port-au-Prince.
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