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Season 13 (1-17-2012)

Full Show: Idaho is known as "The Gem State" for good reason. You can find over 240 different minerals in the state. Some are very rare and valuable. Others play an important role every day in our homes, schools, and businesses. Geologists Reed Lewis of the Idaho Geological Survey and Megan Dixon of the College of Idaho guest.

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Other: We see the work of geologists all around us. Find out how these scientists make a difference in our everyday life.

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Web Extra: Our guest geologists, Reed Lewis of the Idaho Geological Survey and Megan Dixon of the College of Idaho, stay after to answer more questions about geology.

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Season 11 (9-15-2009)

Full Show: Geology is the study of planets and the forces that shape them. Some forces act quickly. Others take thousands of years to create a landscape. Geologists Scott Hughes, Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences at Idaho State University and Matt Kohn, Associate Professor of Geology at Boise State University join host Joan Cartan-Hansen to talk all things rock.

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Other: By studying the layers of rock and dirt and exploring the contours of the land, scientists can learn how forces like earthquakes, volcanoes, and glaciers have shaped the earth.

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Web Extra: Geologists Scott Hughes and Matt Kohn stay after to answer more questions.

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