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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 24 October 2004



Monday, 24 October 2004

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:
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Programs for October 24-29

Heat and Health -- Global warming and changes in land use could lead to
problems with heat and health in some big cities. (10/25/2004)

Black, White and Gray Lists -- Some countries try to keep out invasive
plants and animals with a "black list" of things that should not come
across the border. A natural resources expert says a "gray list" might
be a better option. (10/26/2004)

A Movement of Dams -- An international movement forced a more balanced
look at dam projects, and an author says it could be a model for other
resource disputes. (10/27/2004)

Taking a Long Look -- A watershed in New Hampshire has been the subject
of a 41-year study and the source of a lot of good science. (10/28/2004)

Curbing Emissions from Cows -- An air quality expert looks at ways to
reduce the dust and gas that gets into the air around some large dairy
farms. (10/29/2004)

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