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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 16 August 2004



Monday, 16 August 2004

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

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Programs for week of August 16-20

Rubber Ducks at Sea -- Toy ducks that washed off a ship 12 years ago in
the Pacific Ocean might show up this year along the east coast of the
United States. An oceanographer is tracking their travels. (8/16/2004)

Underwater Logging -- There's timber to be found at the bottom of some
rivers and reservoirs, and an environmental group is helping loggers
make use of it. (8/17/2004)

Adam's Curse -- A new book warns that the genes that determine the male
sex in humans are degrading. (8/18/2004)

Time to Talk -- Paul Ehrlich has been warning about population and the
environment for 40 years.  He says it's time for a serious discussion.
(8/19/2004)

Carp Cleaning Out the Mississippi -- A U.S. government biologist is
examining the impacts of Asian carp that are swimming up the Mississippi
River. (8/20/2004)
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Wisconsin-Madison:
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