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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 10 March 2003



Monday, 10 March 2003

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:

http://ewradio.org.

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Cloning Conundrum - An author examines the prospect of cloning as a way
to revive extinct species and the ethical problems it might create if it
were possible. (3/10/03)

Pledge of Efficiency - More than 40,000 people have taken an online
pledge to help conserve oil. (3/11/03)

The Impact of Ice - Freezing rain apparently has a significant impact on
forest ecosystems in some parts of North America, and researchers are
starting to pay more attention to its role in forest ecology. (3/12/03)

Inheriting Mutations - A team of biologists finds that air pollution can
create genetic problems in mice that are passed on to future
generations. They say more research is needed to determine if something
similar can happen to people. (3/13/03)

Spanish Pines - Changes in land use in parts of southern Europe are
giving rise to new problems with wildfires. (3/14/03)
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Earthwatch Radio is a public service of the Sea Grant Institute and the
Gaylord Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies at the University of
Wisconsin-Madison. http://www.wisc.edu


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