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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 6 September 2004



Monday, 6 September 2004

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

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Programs for week of September 6-10

Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch -- Great currents that swirl around the
North Pacific Ocean sweep up all kinds of debris and dump it into a huge
floating garbage patch.  (9/6/2004)

Setting New Records Every Year -- A federal government lab that measures
greenhouse gases in the atmosphere reports that levels of carbon dioxide
set a new record last year.  The record breaking is routine.  CO2
concentrations go up every year because of our use of fossil fuels.
(9/7/2004)

Tracking the Compass -- The compass has been around for more than 600
years, and it's still one of the most essential instruments on ships at
sea.  (9/8/2004)

No Disaster -- Fires burned more than 36 percent of Yellowstone National
Park in 1988, but a wildfire expert says the frightening event was not
harmful or unusual in natural terms.  (9/9/2004)

Cleaning up Smokestacks at Sea -- The international organization that
oversees shipping sets ground rules to help the world's fleets cut back
on emissions of greenhouse gases.  (9/10/2004)
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