Land Between Two Rivers
The Upper Iowa River: Part 1 (#107)
This program surveys the Iowa Surface and the Paleozoic Plateau, also called the Driftless Region and the caves and swallow holes that make up karst topography. The development of springs, aquifers and other water sources is studied as well as rock and land formations and plant life that surround them. [29 minutes]
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
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- Social Studies
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- 8 episodes
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- 29 minutes
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Series Description: LAND BETWEEN TWO RIVERS: PART 1 is a geological and natural history of Iowa which focuses on four major rivers in the state: the Des Moines, the Upper Iowa, the Nishnabotna and the Little Sioux. The commentary of geologists, naturalists and other specialists provides information about glacial activity, the areas' early inhabitants and the impact of modern civilization on the environment.
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