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Henry Pollack

Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Oceanography

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Earth’s Changing Climate: Headed Toward a World Without Ice?

Henry Pollack is professor emeritus of geophysics in the department of geological sciences at the University of Michigan. His current research focuses on the record of climate change as recorded by the temperatures in the rocks beneath the Earth’s surface. Pollack authored the book 'Uncertain Science...Uncertain World', and his newest book is titled 'A World Without Ice'.

Audio Posted: October 7, 2010 | Running time: 4:14

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"Climate is what you expect; Weather is what you get". -Mark Twain

Changes in the ocean and atmosphere impact all of our lives. From deciding where to vacation, to where we farm and what we plant, understanding the ocean's influence on climate and weather benefits us all.

Audio Posted: October 4, 2010 | Running time: 1:29

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Wallace Broecker

Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Oceanography

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The Great Ocean Conveyor

A prolific researcher, teacher and author, Dr. Broecker has published over 400 scientific articles and is the author or coauthor of several textbooks. His most recent book is The Great Ocean Conveyor: Discovering the Trigger for Abrupt Climate Change.

Audio Posted: August 12, 2010 | Running time: 4:09

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Orrin H. Pilkey

Conservation Issues | Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Oceanography

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Rising Seas and Shifting Shores: The Global Impact of Sea Level Rise

Orrin Pilkey is a research professor and James B. Duke Professor Emeritus at the Duke University Nicholas School of the Environment. He has received a number of awards including the Shepard medal for excellence in Marine Geology, The Priestly Award and public service awards from several geology societies. He has published 260 technical papers and edited and or written 40 books, the latest of which is The Rising Sea.

Audio Posted: March 15, 2010 | Running time: 4:09

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Monty Graham

Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Marine Biology | Oceanography

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The Stinging Truth Behind Blooms of Sea Jellies

Dr. William (Monty) Graham is a Senior Marine Scientist at the Dauphin Island Sea Lab near Mobile, Alabama. He received his doctorate in Biology from the University of California at Santa Cruz in 1994. Dr. Graham has broad expertise in the field of Biological Oceanography and zooplankton ecology. His published works range from edited volumes of scientific papers to children's books on topics such as jellies behavior, feeding, and economic impacts of jelly blooms on fisheries. Most recently, his research has been on the role of climate in jellies-fish dynamics.

Audio Posted: January 20, 2010 | Running time: 3:51

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Bill Sargent

Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Oceanography

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Sea Level Rise: The Chatham Story

Bill Sargent is a consultant for the NOVA Science series and author of Sea Level Rise: The Chatham Story. Formerly Director of the Baltimore Aquarium and a research assistant at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Sargent has taught at the Briarwood Center for Marine Biology and at Harvard University.

Audio Posted: December 14, 2009 | Running time: 4:35

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John Seager

Conservation Issues | Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Oceanography

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Global Population and Climate Change

Dr. Seager is the president and CEO of Population Connection. He attained a Ph.D. in animal ecology and population dynamics and a BSc in Zoology at the University of Wales. Dr. Seager believes there is a clear connection between human population growth and virtually every global challenge from poverty to climate change and from species extinction to the political instability of failed nation-states.

Audio Posted: October 19, 2009 | Running time: 4:18

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Conservation Issues | Climate Change | Conservation | Education Audio

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Conserving marine species and ecosystems

Marine protected areas are found throughout the oceans of the world. They may carry different names – parks, refuges, reserves, sanctuaries – but all serve to preserve and protect the ocean’s biodiversity and ecosystems. The Aquarium of the Pacific and its sister institutions are assisting in the search for possible new marine protected areas along the southern California coast.

Audio Posted: August 31, 2009 | Running time: 2:10

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Stephan Faris

Guest Speakers | Climate Change

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Forecast: The Consequences of Climate Change

Stephan Faris is a freelance journalist and author who specializes in the developing world. From the invasion of Iraq and genocide trials in Rwanda to oil woes in Nigeria and Internet censorship in China, he has covered all of these events and more. Faris earned a Masters degree from the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. He is now based in Rome.

Audio Posted: August 24, 2009 | Running time: 4:09

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Daniel Botkin

Conservation Issues | Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Marine Biology | Oceanography

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Climate Change, Biodiversity, and Energy from the Sea

Daniel Botkin is a scientist who studies life from a planetary perspective. He writes about nature, and is one of the world’s leading researchers who has helped solve major environmental issues. Dr. Botkin is a research professor in the Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology at the University of California Santa Barbara and president of The Center for the Study of the Environment. For 39 years, as a Ph. D. ecologist, Botkin has tried to understand life on the Earth. He has studied moose in the far north, elephants in Africa, bowhead whales in the northern ocean, and forests in North and Central America. Botkin has worked as a professional journalist and has degrees in physics, biology, and literature.

Audio Posted: February 20, 2009 | Running time: 3:56

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Margaret Leinen

Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Oceanography

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Addressing CO2 issues through ocean fertilization

Dr. Margaret Leinen is the Chief Science Officer of Climos, Inc., a company leveraging natural processes to reduce greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. Between 2000 and 2007, Dr. Leinen managed the Geosciences Directorate, the second largest at NSF, that funds the majority of new publicly funded research initiatives in ocean, atmospheric and earth science in the United States. Before going to the National Science Foundation, Dr. Leinen was Dean, Graduate School of Oceanography and Vice Provost for Marine and Environmental Programs at the University of Rhode Island. Dr. Leinen is also a well-known researcher in paleo-oceanography and paleo-climatology.

Audio Posted: February 10, 2009 | Running time: 2:14

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