Hear Our Latest Aquacasts
Unwitting Helpers: The Strange, True Story of How Silent Spring and the Clean Water Act Gave Rise to Asian Carp in America
Andrew Reeves recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on February 26, 2020. Reeves is an author and environmental journalist.
Coral Reef Restoration in Palau and the Bahamas
Nate Jaros and Briana Fodor recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on February 19, 2020. Jaros is the Aquarium’s curator of fish and invertebrates, and Fodor is a senior aquarist.
A Story About People and Place: Lessons Learned in Vaquita Conservation
David Bader recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on February 6, 2020. Bader is the Aquarium's director of education and lead coordinator for the Association of Zoos and Aquariums’ Vaquita SAFE (Saving Animals From Extinction) program.
Ellen Prager recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on January 22, 2020. Dr. Prager is a marine scientist and science advisor to Celebrity Cruises in the Galápagos Islands. Her previous books include Sex, Drugs, and Sea Slime: The Oceans’ Oddest Creatures and Why They Matter.
Saving Birds in the Northern Mariana Islands
Susan Gerros recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on January 15, 2020. Gerros is a senior aviculturist at the Aquarium and cares for birds and reptiles.
Dr. Barbara Taylor recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on November 12, 2019. Dr. Taylor is the leader of the Marine Mammal Genetics Program at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center and chair of the Marine Mammal Society’s Conservation Committee.
One Artist, Five Oceans
Danielle Eubank recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on November 5, 2019. Eubank is a painter and member of The Explorer’s Club, and a 2018 Creative Climate Awards nominee.
The Scientific Attitude
Lee McIntyre recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on October 8, 2019. McIntyre is a research fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University and a lecturer in ethics at Harvard Extension School.
Land of the Blue Sky: How Mongolia’s Conservation Efforts Can Inform Ocean Conservation
Chris Corpus recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on September 19, 2019. Corpus is Aquarium’s audio visual production manager, producing the Aquarium’s web series, films, and documentaries.
The People Problem: Including Social Sciences in Wildlife Conservation
Kathayoon Khalil recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on August 8, 2019. Khalil is the principal evaluator for the Seattle Aquarium.
“No, It’s Not Actually an Island”: What Studying the Great Pacific Garbage Patch Taught Me About Being a Science Communicator
Jennifer Brandon recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on July 24, 2019. Brandon has a Ph.D. in biological oceanography from the Scripps Institution of Oceanography. She recently completed an eighteen-month stint as the Price Postdoctoral Fellow in science communication and outreach at the Birch Aquarium at Scripps.
Climate Reality: Regeneration of the Landscape
Shawn Maestretti and Leigh Adams recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on July 17, 2019. Maestretti is a landscape architect, arborist, and principal of Shawn Maestretti Garden Architecture. Adams is a horticultural interpreter at the Los Angeles County Arboretum and Botanic Gardens.
The Sea Otter Survival Story: A Human Obstacle Course
Kim Steinhardt recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on June 27, 2019. Steinhardt is a former administrative law judge turned environmental writer and marine wildlife photographer.
The Water Paradox
Edward Barbier recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on May 30, 2019. Barbier is a professor in the department of economics at Colorado State University and a senior scholar in the School of Global Environmental Sustainability.
Stability in a Changing World: The Role of the Public Aquarium in 20th Century Marine Biological Research
Sam Muka recorded this Aquacast at the Aquarium on March 19, 2019. Muka is an assistant professor in the Science and Technology Studies program at the Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey.