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One Man's Journey in Pursuit of Art in Nature
Lecture date: June 27, 2018. Andres Pruna shares stories of his experiences, photos, and film clips documenting his travels, mainly in Patagonia.
Submerged Ice Age America: The View from Yucatan
Lecture date: June 12, 2018. Archaeologist Dominique Rissolo discusses his experiences exploring the Yucatan’s coastal sites and caves in search of Maya antiquities related to seafaring, commerce, and ritual practice.
The Resilience Imperative
Lecture date: June 7, 2018. Albert George discusses what we can do to prepare our communities for the impacts of climate change and sea level rise.
Taking the Aquarium from Idea to Reality
Lecture date: June 6, 2018. Doug Otto, Aquarium founding board member, moderates a panel discussing the Aquarium' development, from idea to reality.
Cephalopods are the New Dinosaurs: A Squid’s-Eye View of the History of Life
Lecture date: May 15, 2018. Science writer Danna Staaf discusses cephalopods and their history in the primordial ocean.
Baja’s Wild Side: Shark Research and Conservation Photography in Baja California
Lecture date: May 9, 2018. Marine biologist Daniel Cartamil discusses shark research and conservation in Baja California, Mexico.
Storied Seafood Program Launch
Lecture date: April 25, 2018. Seafood for the Future convened an expert panel of scientists, conservation organizations, and fishermen to educate the public about one of the most complex, controversial, and innovative fisheries in the U.S.—the California swordfish fishery. Panelists discussed how scientists, conservationists, and fishermen are working together to find solutions to keep fishermen fishing and reduce bycatch. Visit StoriedSeafood.org to learn more.
Sandy Trautwein, Karen Tuttle Stearns, Emily Yam, and Angelina Komatovich
Lecture date: April 24, 2018. Aquarium professionals discuss their careers, job challenges and highlights, and skills necessary to be successful in their STEM fields. Panelist will also discuss advice for students interested in these career paths.
Bites, Cameras, Action: Tracing Tuna Catch, Hook to Dock
Lecture date: March 20, 2018. Craig Heberer discusses tuna fishing and how to ensure sustainability for consumers.
Saving Endangered Leatherback Sea Turtles: An Expedition to Costa Rica
Lecture date: March 13, 2018. Lauren Harper discusses her experiences with leatherback sea turtle conservation in Costa Rica.