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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of November 21-25



Monday, 21 November 2005

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

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Programs for Week of November 21-25

Coral Calamity -- A coral expert says reefs in the Caribbean Sea were
healthy for several thousand years, but they have gone into serious
decline in just the past few decades. (11/21/2005)

Tolerance in the Tropics -- Plants and animals in the tropics might face
an enormous risk from global warming. (11/22/2005)

The Paradox of Discovery -- When people explore wild places, those
places often change. An author asks "Who's to say they shouldn't?"
(11/23/2005)

Seismic Signals -- Elephants might learn a lot about their world through
the vibrations of the environment around them. (11/24/2005)

Reasons for Hope -- It might seem like the environmental boat is
sinking, but a leading scientist is optimistic in our ability to make a
course correction. (11/25/2005)
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