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From Ivory Tower to Glass House: Strategies for Academic Leaders During Turbulent Times
Lecture date: September 13, 2018. Andrew Policano discusses the future of the public university system and issues surrounding education, including funding, tenure, and distance learning.
Twenty Years of Achievements in Husbandry and Conservation
Lecture date: August 30, 2018. Dr. Sandy Trautwein discusses the Aquarium's twenty years of work and achievements in the areas of animal husbandry and conservation. Dr. Trautwein is the Aquarium's vice president of husbandry.
Lecture date: August 23, 2018. Dr. James Danoff-Burg discusses how genuinely engaging communities can help address poaching.
Science Under the Ice: Dive with Coastal Marine Ecologists Under Sea Ice in Antarctica
Lecture date: August 16, 2018. Dr. Drew Lohrer discusses the 2017 Science Under the Ice expedition to explore how climate change is affecting marine biodiversity along the Antarctic coastline.
Conservation in the Deep Sea: The Perilous Story of the Chambered Nautilus
Lecture date: August 14, 2018. Gregory Barord discusses monitoring nautilus populations and studying nautiluses and the deep-sea ecosystem as a whole.
Lecture date: August 7, 2018. John Fraser discusses the roles zoos and aquariums can play in advancing a conservation ethos and how public trust offers opportunities for increased conservation action.
Blackwater Diving: Exploring the Night Sea
Lecture date: July 31, 2018. Mike Bartick shares photos and stories from his experiences exploring the ocean at night, including images of gelatinous sea jellies, sea snails, squid, and paper nautiluses—some of the ocean’s ancient animals.
Climate Change and California’s Agriculture
Lecture date: July 26, 2018. Tapan Pathak discusses the potentially devastating impacts of climate change on California’s $50 billion agriculture industry.
Deep Beneath the Sea: Exploring the Twilight Zone
Lecture date: July 10, 2018. Tyler Phelps, an Aquarium of the Pacific VolunTEEN alumnus, shares his current research as a graduate student with the California Academy of Sciences.
Climate Geoengineering: What Could It Mean for Human and Ocean Life?
Lecture date: June 28, 2018. Science writer Holly Jean Buck discusses the possibilities of climate engineering approaches to limiting or reversing climate impacts, and what they could mean for human communities and our oceans.