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GLIN==> Earthwatch Radio programs for week of June 5-9



Monday, June 5, 2006

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

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Programs for week of June 5-9

Growing Pains - China's economy is developing at an unprecedented rate,
and that might force everyone to change the way we use natural
resources. (6/5/2006)

Top-Down Operations - A growing amount of the coal we burn for electric
power comes from Appalachian mountains that are being blasted away.
(6/6/2006)

Largemouth Virus Movement - An aquatic disease known as "largemouth bass
virus" can pass from sick fish to healthy fish if anglers keep them
together in holding tanks. (6/7/2006)

Prehistoric Dentistry - An anthropologist examines human teeth that are
9,000 years old and says they show signs of a trip to the dentist.
(6/8/2006)

Safe Crossing - Wildlife managers in Canada have dramatically reduced
roadkill by creating safe passages for animals over and under highways.
(6/9/2006)

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