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Nan Ellin

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Nan Ellin  

The Tao of Urbanism

Nan Ellin, who spoke at the Aquarium on March 22, 2011, is a professor and chair of the Department of City and Metropolitan Planning at the University of Utah. She has served on the faculty of Arizona State University, the University of Cincinnati, Southern California Institute of Architecture, the University of Southern California, and New York University.

Video Posted: October 3, 2011 | Running time: 4:04

Michele Westmorland

Animal Information |Guest Speakers |Art |Marine Biolog

Michele Westmorland  

Ocean Duets / Sea Photo Assignments and Conservation

Michele Westmorland, who spoke at the Aquarium on March 30, 2011, is a photojournalist with a twenty-year history of traveling the world documenting the marine life that inhabits the oceans. Her work has appeared in national and international publications, including National Geographic Traveler, Outside, Sport Diver, and Scuba Diving.

Video Posted: October 3, 2011 | Running time: 2:35

James Lindholm

Conservation Issues |Guest Speakers |Conservation |Marine Biology |Oceanograph

James Lindholm  

Mission to Aquarius: A Journey to Inner Space

Dr. James Lindholm, who spoke at the Aquarium on April 27, 2011, is the James W. Rote Distinguished Professor of Marine Science and Policy and the founder and director of the Institute for Applied Marine Ecology at California State University, Monterey Bay. His research interests include the landscape ecology of fishes, the recovery of seafloor habitats following the cessation of fishing activity, and the design and efficacy of marine protected areas.

Video Posted: October 3, 2011 | Running time: 3:39

Aubrey Fine

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Aubrey Fine  

Why We Love Animals: Understanding the Therapeutic Value of Pets in our Lives and in Therapy

Aubrey Fine, who spoke at the Aquarium on June 2, 2011, has been in the field of animal-assisted therapy for more than thirty years. His clinical practice focuses on the treatment of children with developmental, learning, attention, and behavioral disorders. He has been an active faculty member at California State Polytechnic University since 1981.

Video Posted: September 19, 2011 | Running time: 3:59

Dr. Milton Love

Conservation Issues |Guest Speakers |Marine Biolog

Dr. Milton Love  

More Fun in the Little Yellow Submarine: 14 Years of Fish Research Around California Oil Platforms

Dr. Milton Love, who spoke at the Aquarium on June 7, 2011, is a research biologist at the Marine Science Institute at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He has conducted research on the marine fishes of California for over forty years. He has been a recreational angler since 1955 and was briefly a commercial fisherman in Santa Barbara.

Video Posted: September 19, 2011 | Running time: 4:35

Peter Ward

Guest Speakers |Climate Change |Oceanograph

Peter Ward  

The Flooded Earth: Our Future in a World Without Ice Caps

Peter Ward, who spoke at the Aquarium about the impacts of climate change on June 16, 2011, is a professor of biology and space sciences at the University of Washington in Seattle. His books include "Rare Earth: Why Complex Life is Uncommon in the Universe" and "The Medea Hypothesis: Is Life on Earth Ultimately Self-Destructive"?

Video Posted: September 19, 2011 | Running time: 4:17

Laurence Smith

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Laurence Smith  

The World in 2050: Four Forces Shaping Our Northern Future

Laurence Smith, who spoke at the Aquarium on June 23, 2011, is a professor and vice-chair of geography and professor of Earth and space sciences at the University of California, Los Angeles. His book, "The World in 2050," discusses what our world might look like in forty years if current trends in population, resource demand, economics, and climate change continue.

Video Posted: September 19, 2011 | Running time: 4:02

Marc Shargel

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Marc Shargel  

Wonders of the Sea

Marc Shargel, who spoke at the Aquarium on June 28, 2011, has been diving along the California coast since 1978. He has been working as a professional marine life photographer for over twenty years. A longtime advocate for the adoption of marine reserves, Shargel served on the state's official advisory body, helping to select sites for marine protected areas along the southern central coast.

Video Posted: September 19, 2011 | Running time: 2:58

Clark Snodgrass

Guest Speakers |Oceanograph

Clark Snodgrass  

Measuring the Oceans from Space

Clark Snodgrass, who spoke at the Aquarium on July 6, 2011, has twenty-five years of experience in aerospace systems engineering and development spanning numerous space programs at Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems. He currently serves as the Northrop Grumman director of System Engineering, Integration, Test and Operations for the National Polar-orbiting Operational Environmental Satellite System.

Video Posted: September 19, 2011 | Running time: 2:25

Janna Shackeroff

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Janna Shackeroff  

NOAA’s International Conservation Programs

Janna Shackeroff, who spoke at the Aquarium on July 13, 2011, is the international coordinator for the NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program, based in Silver Spring, Maryland. A Seal Beach native, she earned her Ph.D. in marine ecology and anthropology at Duke University in 2008, then began working for NOAA at a marine protected area in Hawaii. In 2010 the journal "Science" recognized Shackeroff as one of four emerging leaders in marine conservation.

Video Posted: September 19, 2011 | Running time: 2:42

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