September 4, 2012
Ocean in Motion, now playing in the Aquarium’s Ocean Science Center, is an ongoing program that uses the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration’s Science on a Sphere® technology. This show connects ocean health to human health from a global perspective, using a combination of music, video, narration, and data.
The ocean is always in motion and supports life all over the planet, from the microscopic animals in the ocean called zooplankton to the billions of people around the world who rely on seafood as a major source of protein day in and day out. Ocean in Motion shows the links between algal blooms, fish migrations, and human activity to tell a compelling story about our dependence on the ocean.
The show is subtitled in Spanish, like all other programming presented in the Ocean Science Center, and is screened daily on rotation with the other Ocean Science Center shows.