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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 14 June 2004



Monday, 14 June 2004

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

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Programs for week of June 14-18

Glow in the Deep -- A lot of sea creatures that live in deep, dark water
make their own light.  It's the rule rather than the exception in these
environments. (6/14/04)

Feathered Fallout - A lot of birds die near "wind farms."  Scientists
want to know how that happens and how to stop it. (6/15/04)

Environmental Jazz - A veteran environmental analyst compares many of
today's green initiatives with improvisational music.  (6/16/04)

Building a Better Model - An innovative computer program helps save
endangered species. (6/17/04)

An Appetite for Fish - A biologist who teaches in New York City says the
city and the state could be a center for fish farmers. (6/18/04)
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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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