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From the nightly news to prime time television, images of crime scene investigations and forensics can be found throughout our culture. We visit members of the Department of Natural Resources Critical Incident Reconstruction Team and take a look at how techniques like crime scene reconstruction, fingerprinting, and DNA analysis are applied to environmental work. And we'll see how polluters are tracked down. Plus we offer a few tips on how you can be safer in the outdoors and avoid being the subject of such investigations!

Web Resources

DNR Environmental Protection Division
To report environmental abuses or for more information on laws regulating pollution in Georgia.

DNR Wildlife Resources Division
Learn more about legal practices for hunting, including hunting season dates, licensing, and use of public lands.

Georgia Adopt-a-Stream
Become an environmental sleuth yourself – join the citizen volunteer water quality monitoring and stewardship program.

Georgia DNR Boating Information website
Site devoted to boating in Georgia, including safety regulations, boat registration, and public ramps.

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7:00PAre You Being Served?

Shedding The Load

7:29PAre You Being Served?

A Bliss Girl

8:00PKeeping Up Appearances

Iron Age Remains

8:59PAs Time Goes By

Too Old... Or Too Nosy

9:30PAs Time Goes By

The Old Folks' Party

10:00PMoone Boy