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Earthwatch Radio - Aquatic Invasive Species
Earthwatch Radio was inspired by Wisconsin U.S. Senator Gaylord Nelson, the founder of Earth Day. Launched in 1972, it was the first radio program in the nation to concentrate on environmental news. When the last show aired 35 years later, this award-winning program had become the longest-running program of its kind. Read more...
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Aquatic Invasive Species

Playlist for Earthwatch Radio - Aquatic Invasive Species

  1. Parting the Waters  (2:00) — 3/10/2006 [Download]
    Great Lakes experts look at ways to stop invasive species by parting the waters.

  2. Exotic Eating  (2:00) — 11/7/2005 [Download]
    Invaders have been feasting on native species and threatening their habitat. An expert says it's time to bite back.

  3. Black, White and Gray Lists  (2:04) — 10/26/2004 [Download]
    A solution to the problem of invasive species might not be black-and-white.

  4. Trading Profits and Pests  (2:04) — 10/13/2004 [Download]
    Global trade is rapidly expanding, and a lot of plants and animals are along for the ride.

  5. State Patrol for Zebra Mussels  (2:00) — 7/6/2004 [Download]
    A state trooper with a good eye stops zebra mussels at a weigh station.

  6. Swarms of Squirts  (2:01) — 2/12/2004 [Download]
    One of the most important fishing areas on the Atlantic Coast is being overrun by tiny critters that don't belong there.

  7. Friend or Enemy?  (2:00) — 12/30/2003 [Download]
    When will a plant become a weed or an animal turn into a pest? There are no obvious answers.

  8. Preservation Paradox  (2:01) — 10/09/2003 [Download]
    Leaving nature alone might not be enough to preserve it. An author argues for a more hands-on approach.