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Whatever Floats Yer Boat playlist for 12/28/2012

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Cassandra Houseg'on & goNight Owl
Cassandra HousehopeNight Owl
Cassandra Housedead heartsNight Owl
Cassandra HousetidalNight Owl
Greatful DeadRippleAmerican Beauty
Crosby, Stills, Nash & YoungSea of Madness
Johnny CashRowboatUnchained
Midnight OilWharf RatDeadicated
Michael McCloudThe Hurricane Blows
Dire StraitsDown To The Waterline
Tom WaitsCold Water
River Take MeDarrell Scott
NuBluesMississippi Rising
PJ HarveyRiver
Stephen KentWaterOil & Water

Today's discussion is the impact storms have on Long Island inlets, and in particular, the new Old Inlet (which I am instructed is NOT an inlet, it is a BREACH).

My guests are Carl LoBue from The Nature Conservancy, and Marshall Brown from SaveTheGreatSouthBay.com and on Facebook. Send your questions to habanero@wusb.fm, or call the studio between 6-8 am (631.632.6901).

References from this morning's show:
If you want to voice your concerns, you can contact:
NYS Department of Environmental Conservation
FI National Seashore (part of the National Park Service)
Army Corps of Engineers

Hurricane of 1938 readings:
- Sayville's Wet Pants Sailing Association 1934-1940 by Tom Travis
- Fire Island Beach Resort and National Seashore by Shoshanna McCollum
- Long Island's Lighthouses Past and Present by Robert G. Muller
- Long Island Express - The Great Hurricane of 1938, Geological Impact - www2.sunysuffolk.edu/mandias/38hurricane/geological_impact.html

Great South Bay weather buoy - http://po.msrc.sunysb.edu/GSB/B1RT.html