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Earthwatch Radio - Habitats and Ecosystems
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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Habitats and Ecosystems

Playlist for Earthwatch Radio - Habitats and Ecosystems

  1. Drama of the Deep  (2:01) — 8/28/2006 [Download]
    Scientists go to great depths to study marine predators that are big, dangerous and surprisingly sensitive.

  2. Failing Grade  (2:00) — 5/18/2006 [Download]
    Americans are falling behind in science, and a leading biologist says that erodes support for environmental protection.

  3. Fish, Fungus and Frogs  (2:00) — 4/25/2006 [Download]
    Frogs in Yosemite are in danger of extinction, and biologists have to deal with a combination of causes to try to save them.

  4. Being Caribou  (2:00) — 4/10/2006 [Download]
    A young couple followed Arctic caribou for a thousand miles on foot, and they came back convinced that these animals need protection.

  5. Action Plan for Amphibians  (2:01) — 3/7/2006 [Download]
    Scientists urge action worldwide to stop the extinction of amphibians.

  6. Endangered Ice Ecosystems  (2:02) — 1/16/2006 [Download]
    Scientists discover all kinds of things living in the Arctic ice, and some of them might become homeless in a warmer world.

  7. Savings Account  (2:00) — 12/14/2005 [Download]
    People benefit when we defend plants and animals from extinction, according to a leading ecologist.

  8. 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.