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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 19 January 2004



Monday, 19 January 2004

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

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Programs for week of January 19-23

Sea Surface Slowdown -- Tiny marine plants consume huge amounts of
carbon dioxide, but they appear to be using less of this greenhouse gas
as the oceans grow warmer. (1/19/2004)

Smuggling and Survival -- The illegal trade in wildlife is hard on a lot
of animals, and the transportation of these animals though the black
market is particularly hard on them. (1/20/2004)

Distaste for Waste -- A San Francisco news reporter switches her beat to
talk about her passion: the environment. (1/21/2004)

Back to Alaska -- Film makers retrace the path of an 1899 expedition,
and they find some unexpected changes along the coast of Alaska.
(1/22/2004)

A Not So Small Problem -- The disappearance of a small creature at the
bottom of the Great Lakes could be causing a big problem for the fish
that depend on it for food. (1/23/2004)
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