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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 3 January 2005



Monday, 3 January 2005

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:
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Programs for week of January 3-7

More Carbs and Better Relationships -- Some desert plants use ants as
bodyguards, and they do it by overloading the ants with carbohydrates.
(1/3/2005)

Problems with Fish and Game -- The problems of wildlife conservation on
land are linked to conservation at sea. A scientist reports a link
between overfishing and over-hunting in West Africa. (1/4/2005)

Frozen Earth -- Ice ages have been an important part of Earth's past,
and they're likely to shape the planet in the future, too.  (1/5/2005)

Survival at Sea -- A new book tells the story of the colorful life and
tragic end of a tall ship off the coast of New Zealand.  (1/6/2005)

Endangered Killers -- The killer whales of Puget Sound appear to be in
trouble. The state of Washington listed them as an endangered species
last year; and the federal government might do the same in 2005.
(1/7/2005)
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