NewsDepth 2021-2022 | Episode 7


In this week's episode, the United States reopens to travelers from Canada and Mexico in November. We learn why businesses in border cities and families with members in multiple countries are so excited.

Plus, explore a career as an environmental scientist and see the job in action. Researchers in Nevada team up with NASA to forecast hurricanes and conservationists in the United Kingdom try to save important sand dune habitats.

Finally, grab your pick and brush. We meet a 6-year-old who found a mastodon tooth and want you to imagine what artifacts you might find in your own neighborhood!


border (noun): the imaginary line between two areas such as states or countries

environmental scientist (noun): someone who researches and investigates pollution and other hazards that can hurt the environment or public health

erosion (noun): the process of moving rocks and soil to a new location


We learn about a boy who found a mastodon tooth while out on a family hike. Now we want you to: Imagine you're an archeologist. Tell us what you think might be buried in your neighborhood?

You can use the inbox form to submit your answers. We will share some of your best letters in the next episode.


For this week’s poll, we want to know: Have you noticed any unusual changes in the weather? Yes. No. Click here to vote!


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