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Chris Lowe

Guest Speakers | Conservation | Marine Biology

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The Recovery of Apex Marine Predator Populations

Aquacast recorded on May 14, 2013. Rapid coastal development, water and air pollution, overfishing, bycatch, and habitat loss have all contributed to declines in shark populations. Chris Lowe, of California State University, Long Beach's Shark Lab, discussed federal and state agencies and regulations and how they have helped sharks recover.

Video Posted: August 2, 2013 | Running time: 2:30

Leslie Harris

Guest Speakers | Marine Biology | Oceanography

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Hitchhiking Aliens: Unexpected Consequences of the Japan Tsunami

Aquacast recorded at the Aquarium on May 7, 2013. After the earthquake and resulting tsunami that struck Japan in 2010, ocean currents and wind brought debris across the Pacific Ocean to the shores of the Pacific Northwest of the United States. Learn from Leslie Harris about the non-native plant and animal species attached to the debris that hitched a ride to our shores.

Video Posted: August 2, 2013 | Running time: 3:00

Seth Newsome

Guest Speakers | Marine Biology

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Using Chemistry to Study Marine Mammal Diets

Differences in diet among individuals of the same species is increasingly recognized as an important component of diversity in food webs.

Video Posted: February 6, 2013 | Running time: 03:05

P. Dee Boersma, Ph.D.

Guest Speakers | Marine Biology | Exhibit Pages | Penguin Habitat

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The Penguins of Patagonia

For twenty-eight years P. Dee Boersma, Ph.D., has studied the largest Magellanic Penguin colony in the world at Punta Tombo, Argentina.

Video Posted: January 31, 2013 | Running time: 03:15

Maddalena Bearzi

Guest Speakers | Marine Biology

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Dolphin Confidential: Confessions of a Field Biologist

Dr. Maddalena Bearzi takes viewers inside the world of a marine mammal field scientist. She offers a firsthand understanding of cetacean behavior, as well as the frustrations, delights, and creativity involved in dolphin research.

Video Posted: January 29, 2013 | Running time: 03:16

J.J. L’Heureux

Guest Speakers | Art | Marine Biology

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Penguins: A Photographic Expedition to Antarctica

Painter, photographer, and naturalist J.J. L'Heureux shared her photographs and stories from her eleven years of annual expeditions to Antarctica during her lecture on March 20, 2012.

Video Posted: August 1, 2012 | Running time: 3:21

Ellen Prager

Guest Speakers | Marine Biology

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Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime: The Oceans' Oddest Creatures and Why They Matter

Dr. Ellen Prager presented stories and images about the organisms that inhabit the oceans' depths and how they are connected to our food supply, the economy, jobs, and in biomedical research and biotechnology in her lecture on January 19, 2012.

Video Posted: July 27, 2012 | Running time: 3:06

LuAnn Dahlman

Conservation Issues | Guest Speakers | Climate Change | Marine Biology

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Antarctica's Climate Secrets: Drilling into the Past to Predict the Future

LuAnn Dahlman, who spoke at the Aquarium on September 22, 2011, spent a season at McMurdo Station in Antarctica, working with an international group of scientists and drillers who are doing this innovative research. Dahlman is part of the Communications and Education group at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Program Office and develops climate-related educational materials.

Video Posted: December 12, 2011 | Running time: 3:18

Craig Heberer

Conservation Issues | Guest Speakers | Marine Biology | Exhibit Pages

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly: The State of Our Pacific Tuna Resources

Craig Heberer, who spoke at the Aquarium on October 11, 2011, works as a fisheries biologist with National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries, Southwest Region, Sustainable Fisheries Division. He serves as the lead biologist for the Fishery Management Plan for U.S. West Coast Fisheries for Highly Migratory Species. Heberer was born and raised in San Pedro, California and grew up in the Croatian commercial tuna fishing industry.

Video Posted: December 8, 2011 | Running time: 3:42

Joe Roman

Animal Information | Guest Speakers | Conservation | Marine Biology

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Raising Whales: How Cetaceans Engineer Ocean Ecosystems

Joe Roman spoke at the Aquarium on September 28, 2011 about his research into the ecological role of whales in the ocean. He is a conservation biologist, freelance writer, and researcher at the University of Vermont. His research appears in the journals Science, BioScience, Trends in Ecology and Evolution, among others.

Video Posted: December 8, 2011 | Running time: 3:27

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