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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of 4 April 2005



Monday, 4 April 2005

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

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Programs for week of April 4-8

Swordfish Perspective -- Swordfish often go looking for food in deep
cold water, and they need to keep their eyeballs warm so they can read
the menu. (4/4/2005)

Paying Attention to Problems at Sea -- Fishing regulations usually
encourage people to keep big fish and throw back the small ones.
Biologists say this practice is genetically altering some important
species. (4/5/2005)

Partners in Painting -- John James Audubon gained fame and fortune
through his talent and his wife's strength and support, according to a
new biography of the naturalist and painter. (4/6/2005)

Rural Revival -- Organic agriculture might give family farms a fighting
chance in difficult times, according to a new book. (4/7/2005)

Arctic Climate Accounting -- People have predicted more rain and snow in
the Arctic as the Earth grows warmer. Researchers say there are clear
signs of all that precipitation running downstream and into the Arctic
Ocean. (4/8/2005)
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NEW "PODCASTING" AUDIO SERVICE FROM EARTHWATCH RADIO:  Audio files of
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"podcasting" application of RSS technology.  For background on this
application, see:

	http://ewradio.org/description_podcast.aspx

To receive the Earthwatch Radio podcast, enter the following URL into
your podcast software:

	http://ewradio.org/podcast/current/index.aspx

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the world.  Scripts are sent daily by email, and you can sign up for
this free service at:
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