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Tracking Tornado Debris

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When a tornado strikes, you might not have time to grab anything except your loved ones. In this segment, host April Sorrows speaks with Dr. John Knox, associate professor of geography and current representative of Clarke County’s District 8 on the Board of Education. They discuss reuniting people with their lost photos and items after tornadoes in Alabama and how this work has implications for nuclear power safety.

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