Volume 2
Number 3
August 4-17, 1997

Currents Online is produced every two weeks during the summer. The next issue will be posted on Monday, August 18.

Researchers find contaminants in Aleutian wildlife
Thousands of miles from heavily populated areas, the Aleutian Islands nonetheless harbor a nasty reminder of human activity: Sea otters and bald eagle eggs from the western Aleutians carry potentially harmful levels of DDT and other contaminants. (Full-sized photo)

Predatory Bird Research Group receives Geographic Information System grant
The Santa Cruz Predatory Bird Research Group is one of 40 nonprofit organizations to receive a grant of $5,000 in Geographic Information System hardware, software, and training. (Full-sized photo)

Researchers find link between tumor suppressor gene and breast cancer
A gene linked to the most common abdominal cancer in children also may contribute to the development of breast cancer, according to a study at UCSC and Oregon Health Sciences University.

New fitness center to have windows with a view
Users of UCSC's planned $3.6-million fitness center will have a grand view of the Monterey Bay to take their minds off their workouts. (Full-sized photo)

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