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GLRC stories for week of August 11



***Media Advisory***

Beginning on 8-11-97, the Great Lakes Radio Consortium will begin airing
the following stories on public radio stations around the Great Lakes
Region.  Please check your local station for exact times.  You can hear
these stories on the Consortium's Web Site (http://www.glrc.org) by using
Real Audio (free software).  Next week's features include: 

* ARCHAEOLOGIST STANDS UP FOR NATIVE TRIBAL RIGHTS
* CHOKING ILLINOIS RIVER TO BE SAVED
* THE MYSTERIOUS RETURN OF BLUE-GREEN ALGAE
* COMMENTARY - THE MYSTERY OF BREAST CANCER 
* WILL THE EXOTIC GOBY INFILTRATE THE MISSISSIPPI?
* OFFICIALS BEGIN SAVING REGION'S INLAND LAKES 
* LOCAL GOVERNMENTS LEARN ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT
* NOT ENOUGH FISH IN THE SEA -- THE DECLINE OF PERCH POPULATIONS 

The Great Lakes Radio Consortium (GLRC) provides a weekly program service
of environmental news and information to public radio stations around the
Great Lakes.  Currently, over one hundred stations are airing GLRC
material.  The service originates from the University of Michigan in Ann
Arbor.  For more information or questions about the GLRC, please contact
David Hammond or Jon Hoban at (313) 764-9210.