NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 08, 1984
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REPORTER: John Palmer
(Mount Mitchell, North Carolina) Deaths of forests in West Germany and United States examined; North Carolina's experience discussed. [Dr. Robert BROOK - explains complexity of problem.] Acid rain said not considered primary culprit; efforts to determine cause(s) described. [RESEARCHER - notes tree's death .] Level of-lead on mount top compared with that alongside New Jersey turnpike; extent of problem in United States forests outlined. [Dr. Hubert VOGELMAN - feels there's limit to what environmental can handle; claims forest deaths are worsening.] Apparent relationship between industrialization level of country and its forest death considered.
REPORTER: Dan Molina
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