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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 24 January 2005



Monday, 24 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 24-28

The Present Ice Age -- The world is warming up, yet we're stuck in an
ice age.  An earth scientist explains.  (1/24/2005)

The Washington Elm -- George Washington gathered his troops under a big
elm tree in Cambridge, Massachusetts, according to legend, and the tree
became famous.  The fact that it didn't really happen is beside the
point, according to the author of a book about landmarks.  (1/25/2005)

Perfect Storm of Stress -- The lobsters of Long Island Sound are
important to the local economy. Thousands of these crustaceans died in
1999, and their numbers have not yet recovered. (1/26/2005)

Modeling Future Forests -- Forestry experts and computer programmers
work together to create digital mosaics of the forests of the future.
(1/27/2005)

Crushing Insects -- Changes to ecosystems can have large impacts on
small creatures, and the repercussions can reach far and wide.
(1/28/2005)
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