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Lecture Archive: Patrick Smith

Guest Speakers |Lecture Archive 2017 |Oceanograph

Lecture Archive: Patrick Smith  

Sad Serendipity: Shipwrecks On and Around the Palos Verdes Peninsula

Lecture date: March 9, 2017. Captain Patrick Smith returns to share stories of cargo ships, ferry boats, passenger liners, and ex-Civil War military vessels that all met their end in the picturesque but sometimes violent waters around the Palos Verdes Peninsula.

Video Posted: February 27, 2017 | Running time: 01:13:29

Lecture Archive: Kera Mathes

Animal Information |Guest Speakers |Lecture Archive 2017 |Marine Biolog

Lecture Archive: Kera Mathes  

Wild Orcas: A Summer in the San Juan Islands

Lecture date: March 2, 2107. Kera Mathes shares her photographs and experiences from the summer of 2016 studying orcas in the San Juan Islands in the Pacific Northwest.

Video Posted: February 27, 2017 | Running time: 57:48

Lecture Archive: Jonathan Rose

Environment |Guest Speakers |Business |Lecture Archive 201

Lecture Archive: Jonathan Rose  

The Well-Tempered City

Lecture date: February 24, 2017. Jonathan Rose discussed his book, The Well-Tempered City: What Modern Science, Ancient Civilizations, and Human Nature Teach Us About the Future of Urban Life, in which he identifies five key characteristics that are necessary for cities to thrive: coherence, circularity, resilience, community, and compassion.

Video Posted: January 27, 2017 | Running time: 55:12

Lecture Archive: Linda Cornish and Rick Moonen

Guest Speakers |Lecture Archive 201

Lecture Archive: Linda Cornish and Rick Moonen  

Seafood: Good for You, Good for the Planet

Lecture date: February 21, 2017. Linda Cornish and Rick Moonen discussed seafood’s role in human and environmental health and share tips for sourcing and preparing healthy seafood.

Video Posted: January 27, 2017 | Running time: 38:29

Lecture Archive: Sandy Trautwein, Janet Monday, and Daniel Muñoz

Conservation Issues |Guest Speakers |Conservation |Lecture Archive 2017 |Marine Biolog

Lecture Archive: Sandy Trautwein, Janet Monday, and Daniel Muñoz  

Restoring Coral Reefs in Guam: A Conservation Success Story

Lecture date: February 1, 2017. Aquarium staff members Sandy Trautwein, Daniel Munoz, and Janet Monday shared their experiences from a recent trip to Guam to restore coral reefs.

Video Posted: January 27, 2017 | Running time: 55:38

Lecture Archive: Malcolm Bowman

Guest Speakers |Climate Change |Lecture Archive 2017 |Oceanograph

Lecture Archive: Malcolm Bowman  

Can We Continue to Live at the Edge of the Sea?

Lecture date: January 26, 2017. Malcolm Bowman discussed the difficulties and challenges of protecting New York and New Jersey from another superstorm like Sandy in 2012.

Video Posted: December 22, 2016 | Running time: 38:07

Lecture Archive: Barbara Crane

Environment |Guest Speakers |Lecture Archive 201

Lecture Archive: Barbara Crane  

The Early Los Angeles River Watershed Through Fiction and Photographs

Lecture date: January 19, 2017. Barbara Crane showed through research for her historical novel, When Water Was Everywhere, what the Los Angeles River watershed looked like less than 200 years ago.

Video Posted: December 22, 2016 | Running time: 39:53

Lecture Archive: Ken Kurtis

Animal Information |Guest Speakers |Lecture Archive 201

Lecture Archive: Ken Kurtis  

What Big Teeth You Have: Diving with Great White Sharks

Lecture date: January 5, 2017. Ken Kurtis related the experiences he’s had diving with the great whites of Isla Guadalupe, a remote Mexican island 200 miles southwest of Ensenada.

Video Posted: December 22, 2016 | Running time: 39:40

Lecture Archive: Daniel Botkin

Conservation Issues |Environment |Guest Speakers |Conservation |Lecture Archive 201

Lecture Archive: Daniel Botkin  

Twenty-Five Myths That Are Destroying the Environment

Lecture date: December 8, 2016. Author Daniel Botkin discussed his book, Twenty-Five Myths That Are Destroying the Environment: What Many Environmentalists Believe and Why They Are Wrong.

Video Posted: November 28, 2016 | Running time: 48:07

Lecture Archive: Michael Shellenberger

Conservation Issues |Environment |Guest Speakers |Conservation |Lecture Archive 201

Lecture Archive: Michael Shellenberger  

Why Environmentalists Will Save Diablo Canyon Nuclear Plant

Lecture date: September 7, 2016. Michael Shellenberger describes why environmentalists are fighting for Diablo Canyon nuclear power plant, California’s last, and why they will succeed.

Video Posted: November 17, 2016 | Running time: 54:56

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