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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 10 January 2005



Monday, 10 January 2005

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:
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Programs for week of January 10-14

Center of the World -- Most of us connect with landmarks that make us
feel at home.  But those landmarks don't last forever.  (1/10/2005)

Compromising Nature -- John Muir fought hard for wild and spectacular
places like Yosemite.  But the famous naturalist might have been
compromised by a taste for the good life, according to a historian.
(1/11/2005)

The Snow Goes On -- Winter weather that bounces above and below freezing
can freeze the ground so hard that it causes flooding and erosion in the
spring. (1/12/2005)

Aid for Amphibians -- An aggressive campaign to create wildlife reserves
and promote captive breeding might be needed to save many amphibian
species from extinction. (1/13/2005)

Catching Bugs -- An ecology researcher takes an inventive approach to
studying insects in rotting logs, and he finds a surprising number of
subjects. (1/14/2005)
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