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Japan’s radioactive tuna hits coast, and dry year means less wildlife on Peninsula Report (PODCAST)

By Peninsula Press Staff | 1 Jun 2012

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On the Peninsula Report radio show, we talk radioactive tuna with Stanford marine researcher Dan Madigan, and Peninsula Press reporter Holly Moeller shares her trek into the wilds of Lake Lagunita in search of the Tiger Salamander. She didn’t find it, and the reason might be troubling.

Peninsula Press reporter Marcella De Laurentiis is bringing us a roundup of the day’s headlines. But first, postdoctoral scholar Aneeta Rattan is here to talk juvenile justice. Her study on how race affects sentencing in juvenile courts came out this week in the journal PloS One.

Listen live to KZSU (FM 90.1) or stream the Peninsula Report online every Friday from 3-4 p.m.

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