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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 25 August 2003



Monday, 25 August 2003

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:
http://ewradio.org

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Programs for week of August 25-29

Medical Mystery -- Researchers still don't know why some victims of Lyme
disease develop chronic conditions, or how to treat them.  (8/25/03)

Voyages of Delusion -- People fought against stormy seas, icy
conditions, and common sense in the search for a Northwest Passage,
according to a new book.  (8/26/03)

Crayfish Clone -- Some people in Europe adorn their aquariums with a
beautiful crayfish that could cause big problems if it ever crawled into
the wild.  It would take only one, because it appears to be able to
clone itself. (8/27/2003)

Unintended Birth Control -- Birth control pills don't just affect human
reproduction: They also reduce the fertility of male rainbow trout,
according to a study by scientists in Washington. (8/28/2003)

Toddlers and Tough Issues -- Books for pre-school children can touch on
environmental problems.  But it should be a very light touch, according
to a publisher.  (8/29/03)
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Wisconsin-Madison: http://www.wisc.edu

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