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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 20 October 2003



Monday, 20 October 2003

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

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A Whale of a Tale - A genetic analysis of whales suggests that there
were once hundreds of thousands of these big mammals in the North
Atlantic, and that the numbers that remain might be dangerously low.
(10/20/03)

>From the Sea to the Sink -- The conversion of saltwater to drinking
water is becoming more efficient and economically feasible. (10/21/03)

Soft Water - We can save a lot of fresh water by being smarter and more
efficient. (10/22/03)

Quiet Crisis - We're losing more plant and animal species than at any
time since the dinosaurs.  Yet most people are unaware of what some
scientists call a catastrophe. (10/23/03)

Low Oxygen, No Offspring - Fish can survive in water that is low on
oxygen, but a recent study suggests that they might not be able to
reproduce after the experience. (10/24/03)
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