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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 31 May 2004



Monday, 31 May 2004

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

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Programs for Week of May 31-June 4

Rough Transition - Countries moving up the development scale often pass
through a violent phase. (5/31/04)

Nowhere to Hide - A lot of marine creatures live in a part of the ocean
where they never see the surface, the bottom, or anything resembling a
solid object. (6/1/04)

Cicada Strategy - The cicada's unusual 17-year life cycle is part of the
insect's long-term survival strategy. (6/2/04)

Renewable Jobs - Thirteen separate studies show how renewable energy
could create millions of good jobs. (6/3/04)

Rip Tips - Rip currents can sweep swimmers away from a beach and out to
open water. These currents are scary, but there are some simple tips for
surviving them. (6/4/04)
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Earthwatch Radio is distributed on CD to more than 125 radio stations,
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Scripts are sent daily by email, and you can sign up for this free
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	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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