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Lecture Archive: Chris Corpus

Land of the Blue Sky: How Mongolia’s Conservation Efforts Can Inform Ocean Conservation

Lecture date: September 19, 2019. Chris Corpus will share stories from his studies with endangered species in the Mongolian steppe, including wild cats and wild horses, and discuss what Mongolian conservation efforts can reveal about ocean conservation.
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Lecture Archive: Ken Kurtis

Journey to the Island of Yap: Stone Money, Massive Manta Rays, and More

Lecture date: August 20, 2019. Ken Kurtis shares his stories, photos, and videos from his nearly twenty years of annual travels to the Pacific island of Yap, located between Guam and Palau.
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Lecture Archive: Mike Bartick

Exotic Animals of the Night Sea

Lecture date: August 14, 2019. Mike Bartick shares photos and stories from his experiences exploring the ocean at night.
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Lecture Archive: Kathayoon Khalil

The People Problem: Including Social Sciences in Wildlife Conservation

Lecture date: August 8, 2019. Kathayoon Khalil discusses how traditional approaches to wildlife conservation have lacked in engagement from communities and local groups.
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Aquatic Academy Spring 2019: Thriving in the Anthropocene, Session 4 - Marshall Toplansky and Jerry Schubel

Affordability in California: A potential major barrier to California’s success in the Anthropocene

In the fourth session of the Spring 2019 Aquatic Academy, speakers included Marshall Toplansky, professor of management science at Chapman University, and Aquarium President and CEO Jerry Schubel.
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Aquatic Academy Spring 2019: Thriving in the Anthropocene, Session 3 - Luke Gardner and Kim Thompson

Agriculture to Aquaculture: The case for shifting more of our protein supply from land to ocean in the Anthropocene

In the third session of the Spring 2019 Aquatic Academy, speakers included Luke Gardner, California Sea Grant aquaculture specialist, and Kim Thompson, program manager, Seafood for the Future at the Aquarium.
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Aquatic Academy Spring 2019: Thriving in the Anthropocene, Session 2 - Jerry Schubel and Peter Kareiva

Keys to Making It a Good Anthropocene

In the second session of the Spring 2019 Aquatic Academy, speakers included Aquarium President and CEO Jerry Schubel and Peter Kareiva, Director, Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA.
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Aquatic Academy Spring 2019: Thriving in the Anthropocene, Session 1 - Jerry Schubel and Ted Nordhaus

Perspectives on Thriving in the Anthropocene

In the first session of the Spring 2019 Aquatic Academy, speakers included Aquarium President and CEO Jerry Schubel and Ted Nordhaus, President of the Breakthrough Institute.
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Lecture Archive: Seven Crossings Panel Discussion

Seven Crossings: A Surfer’s Journey to Find Hope for Our Changing Ocean

Lecture date: July 31, 2019. A panel of ocean experts discusses our changing ocean and potential solutions to support ocean health.
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Lecture Archive: Jennifer Brandon

“No, It’s Not Actually an Island”: What Studying the Great Pacific Garbage Patch Taught Me About Being a Science Communicator

Lecture date: July 24, 2019. Jennifer Brandon discusses her career as a scientist studying marine debris and as a scientific communicator.

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