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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 17 January 2005



Monday, 17 January 2005

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:
	http://ewradio.org

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Programs for week of January 17-21

Time-Lapse Extinctions -- A paleontologist says the extinction of large
mammals after the last ice age was the product of human activity and
global climate change. He says something similar might be happening now.
(1/17/2005)

People, Protein and Poaching -- People need protein as part of their
diets.  New sources of cheap protein in West Africa would mitigate
serious problems with over-fishing and over-hunting. (1/18/2005)

Nuclear Divide -- Some countries are heavily dependent on nuclear
reactors to produce electric power.  Their reasons vary.  (1/19/2005)

Nature, Religion and Democracy -- The naturalist John Muir found no
conflict between religion and democracy, and he saw them both
represented in nature.  (1/20/2005)

Tree Hopscotch -- A researcher tries to understand how forests will
change and how some tree species might move across the landscape in a
warmer, wetter world. (1/21/2005)
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