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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 13 September 2004



Monday, 13 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 13-17

Losing the Hunt -- Native whale hunters in Alaska face increasingly
dangerous conditions, possibly due to a changing climate.  (9/13/2004)

Early American Farmers -- Farmers in colonial New England practiced what
would now be called "sustainable agriculture."  (9/14/2004)

Chances for Climate Change in the North Atlantic -- An Atlantic Ocean
current helps moderate the climate of Northern Europe, and scientists
are trying to get more details about its current condition.  (9/15/2004)

Drastic Plastic Trash -- There's a lot of plastic trash floating around
the oceans, and this debris can cause a lot of problems for marine
animals.  (9/16/2004)

Draining a Lake -- A proposal to drain a gigantic reservoir in Utah has
been met with derision.  But a prolonged drought has already taken half
of Lake Powell's water.  (9/17/2004)
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