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National Parks / Air Pollution / Report #710679

ABC Evening News for Monday, Sep 23, 2002
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Conservation group's report on air pollution in five national parks noted.

(Sequoia National, California: Park Bill Redeker) The pollution in Sequoia National Park in California because of the busy nearby freeways & farms featured. [National Park Service Annie ESPERANZA†- describes the air quality.] [San Joaquin Valley air pollution control district's Kelly Hogan MALAY†- comments on the travel.] The damaging impact of pollution on sequoia seedlings & native plants detailed. [National Park Service David GRABER†- says we are losing a piece of nature.]

Vargas, Elizabeth;
Bill, Park

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