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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 20 September 2004



Monday, 20 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 20-24

Ships on the Rocks -- Regular maintenance on the ships' compasses might
have prevented a 1707 shipwreck disaster that took 2,000 lives.
(9/20/2004)

Feeding the Streams -- Fire on the land can be good for life under
water. (9/21/2004)

Deep Pacific Warming -- An ocean current that snakes around the world on
the sea floor gets warmer by one degree, and it's enough to make some
people wonder what's going on.  (9/22/2004)

Limits to the Tallest Trees -- The leaves at the top of the tallest
trees in the world get extremely thirsty, and gravity and friction are
partly to blame.  (9/23/2004)

History Lesson -- Family considerations, social pressure and concern for
the future prompted early American farmers to take good care of the
land, according to a Massachusetts historian. (9/24/2004)
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