Best erosion podcasts we could find (Updated August 2017)
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Erosion
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In this podiobook: Canyon Park is bowed down under a relentless torrent of rain. The fields are flooded, the bridges crumble and the increasingly isolated town is host to a serial killer with a grudge against the wealthy Lollo family. Slipping between a s
 
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Erosion
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Canyon Park is bowed down under a relentless torrent of rain. The fields are flooded, the bridges crumble and the increasingly isolated town is host to a serial killer with a grudge against the wealthy Lollo family. Slipping between a small cast of characters; the killer, the tortured policeman hiding a dark secret, the returning son, the inquisitive librarian, the boy caught between cultures.... each of these marred, struggling humans a part of the threadbare fabric of the town. Throughout ...
 
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RAVE: Rheumatoid Arthritis Vital Education
 
Dr. Clifton Bingham from the Johns Hopkins Arthritis Center begins with a review of current best practices, including the issues related to diagnosis. Dr. George Lawry will follow with an overview of the risks and benefits of biologic therapy for patients with RA before Dr. Bingham presents on emerging DMARDs.The second half of the nearly 2 hour presentation covers the subject of comorbidities, presented by Dr. Lawry, on how to recognize comorbidities and how to best manage them. Dr. Bingham ...
 
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ACCAP Video Podcast
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ACCAP climate webinar podcasts promote dialogue and a forum for discussion and information exchange between stakeholders in Alaska. Each podcast starts with 20 to 30 minutes of presentation, followed by discussion and questions from participants.
 
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Linda Hall Library Lectures 2010
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Lectures from the 2010 series at the Linda Hall Library, kansas City, Missouri (USA)
 
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Probably Offensive
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Comedians/total legends Nick Dixon and Francis Foster tackle the big topical issues in hilarious fashion. Anything goes as Nick and Francis, along with some awesome celebrity guests, express opinions that are inflammatory, absurd, or just plain wrong. But don't worry, they will probably change their minds by the next episode.If you are sick of political correctness, public shaming, and the rapid erosion of free speech, or if you just like to laugh, then this is the podcast for you.
 
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Negro Problem, The by VARIOUS
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This is a collection of essays, edited by Booker T. Washington, representative of what historians have characterized as "racial uplift ideology." These and other similar narratives of the time were a reaction to the gradual erosion of the African-American's civil rights across the United States that began during Reconstruction. - Summary by James K. White
 
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ACCAP Audio Podcast
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ACCAP climate webinar podcasts promote dialogue and a forum for discussion and information exchange between stakeholders in Alaska. Each podcast starts with 20 to 30 minutes of presentation, followed by discussion and questions from participants.
 
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Spiritual Rest From War Within with Rev. Ted Pike
 
National Prayer Network director Rev. Ted Pike has recorded over 300 podcasts/Bible studies (available at Truthtellers.org) which explore the meaning of life and how to have a relationship with God. Pike also addresses cults of Christianity, a truly Biblical perspective on the Jewish people and Israel, hate crime laws and erosion of American civil liberties.
 
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Broken20
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A podcast from the Broken20 label; decay, erosion, noise, crackle and hiss
 
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Tylers Pass
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Tylers Pass is the place to catch a great panoramic view of Gosse Bluff (Tnorala) and the surrounding areas. This amazing formation is all that is left of a massive crater caused by a meteorite impact over 100 million years ago. Originally the crater would have been about 20 km across, but with the erosion of the landscape, we are now left with just the central impact zone.
 
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Tnorala
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Tnorala (Gosse Bluff) Conservation Reserve is a place of great cultural significance to the Western Arrarnta Aboriginal people, as well as one of international scientific interest.The Reserve is a registered sacred site and traditional owners welcome visitors to experience Tnorala's magic, but ask you to respect the area and obey signs where access is not permitted.According to Aboriginal belief, Tnorala was formed in the creation time, when a group of women danced across the sky as the Milk ...
 
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36: Dr. Richard Kyte, Director of the D.B. Reinhart Institute for Ethics in Leadership at Viterbo University, Author, Columnist for the La Crosse TribuneWe discuss the steady erosion of civic engagement in America, from voting to participation in service organizations and volunteering. We look at the symptoms and causes of this decline and disc ...…
 
This Podcast was created as a summary, following a live BEI Journal Club discussion of the Academic Medicine article “Erosion of Digital Professionalism During Medical Students' Core Clinical Clerkships.” We encourage you to read the article associated with this podcast.
 
Having played and reviewed a number of TellTale games, Chris Herman and Jon Romo talk about several different properties that the developer should adapt next. The duo also go over the latest video game news stories, including the reveal of two Persona spinoff games, an animated adaptation of Persona 5, the gradual erosion of the Rock Band franc ...…
 
In the second episode of our series on the Asian financial crisis, we talked with Gillian Tett, U.S. managing editor of the Financial Times. Gillian was based in Asia at the time of the crisis and witnessed it spread across the region. In the interview, she relays her experience in Asia in 1997 and how it helped her spot warning signs ahead of ...…
 
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WERU 89.9 FM Blue Hill, Maine Local News and Public Affairs Archives
 
Producer/Host: Natalie Springuel Maine Beaches Conference The show covers speakers at the recent Maine Beaches Conference, held July 14, 2017 in Wells, Maine -Maine coastal and beach pollution issues -Coastal erosion and loss of cultural resources -Volunteer monitoring programs for beach erosion and pollution -Coastal access legal issues Guests ...…
 
In collaboration with "Hafte Ki Seedhi Baat," "Soch Bichar" addresses the constitutional issue again today. Today the Supreme Court has ruled to disqualify PM Nawaz Sharif. This is not a day to celebrate but a day to reflect. We must reflect on why we not been able to achieve democracy.We must reflect on why our democratic government overstep t ...…
 
RESEARCH BACKGROUND The origins of this research came out of personal experience renovating homes and then putting them on the market and wondering what were the dynamics at play when an agent lists a home for sale: What are the agents’ incentives, what kinds of services do they offer, how do they get paid. This led to the question of misalignm ...…
 
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Off Track - Separate stories podcast
 
Australian rocks bear the scars of the some most dramatic events in the history of planet earth. Prepare yourself for the boom!
 
Australian rocks bear the scars of the some most dramatic events in the history of planet earth. Prepare yourself for the boom!
 
Australian rocks bear the scars of the some most dramatic events in the history of planet earth. Prepare yourself for the boom!
 
It’s a rough time for liberal democracies – with fake news and election hacking creating a growing erosion of trust in governments. Estonia, a small country in eastern Europe and previously under the Soviet Union’s sphere of influence, was hit by a wave of cyber attacks in 2007, which many believe Russia orchestrated. Since then, Estonia and fo ...…
 
Aired Thursday, 13 July 2017, 7:00 PM ET The Global Transition - What Do We Have to Look Forward to? with Chris Attwood We are living in an era of unprecedented change with a number of major crises converging…. From climate change, to economic and political instability to the erosion of entire communities & displacement of over 6 million people ...…
 
Aired Thursday, 13 July 2017, 7:00 PM ET The Global Transition - What Do We Have to Look Forward to? with Chris Attwood We are living in an era of unprecedented change with a number of major crises converging…. From climate change, to economic and political instability to the erosion of entire communities & displacement of over 6 million people ...…
 
Welcome to episode 16 in Season 2 of Real Democracy Now! a podcast. In this episode, I talk to a few of my previous guests about the relationship between representative democracy and capitalism. Some common themes emerge, specifically around the power of capital challenging the power of democratically elected governments and the problem of grow ...…
 
A number of recent studies indicate that religious freedom improves economies, undermines religious-related terrorism, and promotes the long-term stability and civility of society, among other things. Regarding the first point, one recent article estimated the contribution of religion to the US economy to be $2.1 trillion per year. Sadly, thoug ...…
 
Jay Sprague of the South Carolina-based Denver Down Research Facility took on a private client’s pullout anchor testing questions with erosion and sediment control systems and components. The results began to yield revealing data on anchor pullout performance. It may lead to a new field standard.
 
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Town Hall Seattle Civics Series
 
In The End of Loyalty: The Rise and Fall of Good Jobs in America, Rick Wartzman, author and senior advisor at the Drucker Institute, traces the ups and downs of four major employers—General Motors, General Electric, Kodak, and Coca-Cola—over 70 years, chronicling the erosion of the relationship between American companies and their workers. Star ...…
 
Please join us on Friday, July 7 for an important conversation with The Rt Hon Sir Michael Fallon MP, Secretary of State for Defense of the United Kingdom, on the ways in which the United States and United Kingdom can maximize the benefits of bilateral and multilateral cooperation to combat current and future threats. The UK’s Strategic Defense ...…
 
Please join us on Friday, July 7 for an important conversation with The Rt Hon Sir Michael Fallon MP, Secretary of State for Defense of the United Kingdom, on the ways in which the United States and United Kingdom can maximize the benefits of bilateral and multilateral cooperation to combat current and future threats. The UK’s Strategic Defense ...…
 
Brian and Darren Hefty talk about reducing erosion, late-season nutrient needs, and spray timing limitations in soybeans. The Weed of the Week is Field Sandbur, and Darren talks about protecting bees in this week's Iron Talk segment. Enjoy the show!
 
Sermon by the Rev. Scott Prinster at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, August 28th, 2016.Our lives are ever more filled -- overfilled, some might say -- with technologies promising to make our days easier, safer, more comfortable and pleasurable. As we embrace smartphones, Google Maps, security cameras, and social media, we also accept th ...…
 
Dr. Eve Brantley, an extension specialist and associate professor with Auburn University’s Crop, Soil, and Environmental Sciences Department in the renowned College of Agriculture, discusses the lag in adoption of strong erosion and sediment control programs and how to create effective education to improve this situation.…
 
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Sermon by the Rev. Michael Schuler at the First Unitarian Society of Madison, September 9th, 2012.Despite the burgeoning of our urban populations and the explosive growth of social media, many Americans complain of feeling disconnected and lonely. According to a recent survey, a substantial fraction of adults couldn't name a single person with ...…
 
Click Play below to listen. Americans feel less connected and more divided than ever before. Electronic devices are partly to blame, but the erosion of our conversational skills lies with each of us. The only way forward is to start talking to each other, says Celeste Headlee, TV and radio show host and author of We Need to Talk: How to Have Be ...…
 
Click Play below to listen. Americans feel less connected and more divided than ever before. Electronic devices are partly to blame, but the erosion of our conversational skills lies with each of us. The only way forward is to start talking to each other, says Celeste Headlee, TV and radio show host and author of We Need to Talk: How to Have Be ...…
 
Click Play below to listen. Americans feel less connected and more divided than ever before. Electronic devices are partly to blame, but the erosion of our conversational skills lies with each of us. The only way forward is to start talking to each other, says Celeste Headlee, TV and radio show host and author of We Need to Talk: How to Have Be ...…
 
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