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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 16 June 2003



Monday, 16 June 2003

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

http://ewradio.org

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Finding Faults -- Scientific techniques can unravel the history of
earthquakes in places with a lot of seismic activity.  These techniques
have uncovered some new chapters in the unstable history of Los Angeles
County. (6/16/03)

Wild Coal Fires -- Scientists say huge amounts of coal are consumed by
fires in old mines and other places, and these fires could have
consequences for human health and the global environment. (6/17/03)

Estuary Excess -- A Massachusetts scientist is recruiting bacteria to
help cut nitrogen pollution along the East Coast.  (6/18/03)

Mysteries in the Parks -- National Geographic has published its
first-ever works of fiction: environmental mystery novels written for
kids.  (6/19/03)

Shared Water -- The United Nations has established a new office to help
countries cooperate on issues related to water that they share with
other nations. (6/20/03)

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Earthwatch Radio is distributed on CD to more than 125 radio stations,
reading services and other broadcasters throughout North America.
Scripts are sent daily by email, and you can sign up for this free
service at: http://ewradio.org/subscribe.aspx

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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