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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 31 January 2005



Monday, 31 January 2005

Earthwatch Radio programs for this week are now available online at:
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Programs for week of January 31-February 4

Poisoned Eggs -- Canadian wildlife experts find that flame-retardant
chemicals are showing up at higher levels in the eggs of some Great
Lakes birds. (1/31/2005)

Citrus Chill -- Farmers in Florida tried to protect their orange trees
from cold weather by moving their groves further and further south. They
changed the landscape and might have brought cold weather with them.
(2/1/2005)

Snake Sociology -- Rattlesnakes might have more of a social life than
people have ever imagined. (2/3/2005)

Poor Man's Horse -- The development of the bicycle brought mobility to
people at all levels of society. (2/3/2005)

Sea Level Matters, For Shore -- Changes in sea level can have dramatic
changes to ocean shorelines, and those changes can come more quickly
than people might expect. (2/4/2005)
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