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Welcome to AquariumLIVE, where you can experience the wonders of the Pacific Ocean from any computer with an internet connection. See some of our animals via live webcams located in various exhibits around the Aquarium facility. View lectures from our Guest Speaker Series streamed live, and participate in live Q&A sessions via Twitter. Catch up on the AquaCast, which features interviews with guest speakers, Aquarium staff members, and updates on the latest ocean news.

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Upcoming Web Stream Events

January 2017

The Early Los Angeles River Watershed Through Fiction and Photographs
January 19, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Barbara Crane

How can fiction help us know the natural world? Barbara Crane uses photographs, old sketches, and maps to tell how research for her historical novel When Water Was Everywhere shows us what the Los Angeles River watershed looked like less than 200 years ago.

Can We Continue to Live at the Edge of the Sea?
January 26, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Malcolm Bowman

Malcolm Bowman will discuss the difficulties and challenges of protecting New York and New Jersey from another extreme weather event like Superstorm Sandy.

February 2017

Restoring Coral Reefs in Guam: A Conservation Success Story
February 1, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Sandy Trautwein, Janet Monday, and Daniel Muñoz

Learn about the Aquarium’s role in coral reef conservation work around the world, including a 2016 trip to Guam.

Seafood: Good for You, Good for the Planet
February 21, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Linda Cornish & Barton Seaver

Linda Cornish and Barton Seaver will discuss seafood’s role in human and environmental health and share tips for sourcing and preparing healthy seafood.

The Well-Tempered City
February 24, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Jonathan Rose

Jonathan Rose will discuss and sign copies of his book, The Well-Tempered City, in which he identifies five key characteristics that are necessary for cities to thrive.

March 2017

Wild Orcas: A Summer in the San Juan Islands
March 2, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Kera Mathes spent the summer of 2016 at the San Juan Islands in the Pacific Northwest photographing whales and other wildlife as a naturalist.

Climate Change and Ecosystems of the Gulf of Maine: What Does the Future Hold?
March 15, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Andrew Pershing

Andrew Pershing will discuss his research, which focuses on the causes and consequences of changing conditions in the Gulf of Maine.

Wetlands in a Time of Change
March 22, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Christine Whitcraft

Christine Whitcraft will discuss how human activities, including development and climate change, impact salt marshes and how we can successfully protect and restore these valuable ecosystems in the future.

April 2017

Tiny Porpoise, Big Mess: Perspectives on Vaquita Conservation
April 18, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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What happens when the conservation of a charismatic animal has negative impacts on human well-being? Researcher Tara Sayuri Whitty will discuss this dilemma through the lens of the vaquita.

Power Meets Water: The Nexus of Water and Energy in California
April 27, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Phil Herrington

Phil Herrington will discuss the critical relationship between the power supply and water in California and opportunities for sustainably solving the challenges of both.

May 2017

The Physics of Mudskippers and Other Land Locomotors
May 17, 2017 7:00 PM—8:30 PM

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Daniel Goldman

Daniel Goldman was the lead author of a study published recently that investigated how aquatic animals transitioned to dry land millions of years ago.