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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 7 July 2003



Monday, 7 July 2003

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

http://ewradio.org

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Eating Apes -- An author says hunting and human consumption pose the
greatest threats to Africa's gorillas and chimps. (7/7/03)

Peat Wave -- A warming Arctic environment could release a storehouse of
carbon into the atmosphere, leading to even more climate change.
(7/8/03)

Runoff Reckoning -- People in Minnesota are watching some lakes to see
if their water gets better as people cut back on some lawn fertilizers.
(7/9/03)

Bright Bird Beaks -- Some male birds with bright beaks do better at
finding mates. A scientist says the bright beaks are a sign of good
health. (7/10/03)

Peak of Interest -- A British author has collected tales of triumph and
tragedy on Mount Everest, and she was there during one of the worst.
(7/11/03)

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Wisconsin-Madison. http://www.wisc.edu

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