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E. Rizza (NMSU/U. Missouri), J.O. Burns (U Missouri), F.N. Owen (NRAO), M.J. Ledlow (UNM)
We present a detailed, multi-wavelength analysis of an X-ray bright sample of rich Abell clusters at z~0.2. Specifically, we examine the cluster-wide radio population at luminosities reaching down to low level AGN and star formation driven systems. In general, these clusters contain a relatively high fraction of radio galaxies, some with a significant number of low luminosity sources. The radio population is analyzed in the context of the galaxy colors and spatial distribution and the large and small scale X-ray environment. Preliminary results indicate that the radio population is linked to the dynamical state of the cluster and the large scale environment in which it resides.