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"Rivers" (5-18-2010)   Visit the Website

Full Show: Rivers have a life. They have a beginning and an end. Rivers change the land through which they flow. They give us water to drink, energy we convert to electricity, and a place for plants and animals to live. Rivers play an important part in all our lives. But where do they start? How do they change? Where does the water go? Guest scientists Dr. Jan Boll and Cindy Busche supply some answers.

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Video Short: Why are rivers so important? Take a ride with D4K and find out.

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Web Extra: Guest scientists Dr. Jan Boll of the University of Idaho and Cindy Busche of the Boise Watershed Project stay after to answer more questions about rivers.

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