Land Between Two Rivers: Part 2
The Wetlands: Enclosed In Change (#205)
Biologists and other experts discuss the drainage of Iowa's wetlands and how they were formed by glacial activity millions of years ago. An exploration of the cyclical change within marshes is undertaken, and the roles plants, animals and birds play are examined. [43 minutes]
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
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Series Description: LAND BETWEEN TWO RIVERS: PART 2 examines four biomes present in Iowa and challenges students to consider issues surrounding their continued existence. The once expansive biomes are dwindling as development takes over. Biologists and other experts expound on the plant and animal life indigenous to each system and discuss approaches to protecting them.
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