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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 8 March 2004



Monday, 8 March 2004

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

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Programs for week of March 8-12

Changing the High Plains - Our growing consumption of natural gas is
transforming rangeland in the West, where new wells are popping up every
day. (3/8/04)

Keeping Schools Safe - Wisconsin scientists offer help so schools can
keep pesticides out of classrooms and playgrounds. (3/9/04)

Gardeners of the Forest - The great apes of Africa are the gardeners of
the rain forest. Experts say that future of the forest depends on the
survival of these primates. (3/10/04)

When Diseases Turn Deadly - Experts are studying the way diseases can
jump from animals to people and the mutations that can turn them into
serious concerns for public health. (3/11/04)

The Web We Weave - Scientists are trying to look at a wide range of
environmental problems as part of one system, but doing so is a
complicated task. (3/12/04)
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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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