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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.
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.
“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.
Exploring the Relationship Between Social Inequality and Environmental Migration
Lecture date: July 9, 2019. Xin Wang discusses human migration as a response to environmental change.
The Sea Otter Survival Story: A Human Obstacle Course
Lecture date: June 27, 2019. Kim Steinhardt discusses sea otters and how we can protect them.
Don’t Mess With Me: The Strange Lives of Venomous Sea Creatures
Lecture date: June 11, 2019. Paul Erickson discusses his book, Don’t Mess With Me: The Strange Lives of Venomous Sea Creatures.
Meet the Team Solving the Ghost Gear Problem to Protect Marine Life
Lecture date: June 5, 2019. The Aquarium's Seafood for the Future program leads a discussion with a panel of experts on the collaborative effort to recover and recycle ghost gear to protect marine life.
Super Corals: What They Are and Why They Are Important
Lecture date: June 4, 2019. Aquarium President and CEO Jerry Schubel moderates a panel discussion featuring coral experts from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution and other organizations.
The Water Paradox
Lecture date: May 30, 2019. Edward B. Barbier discusses his latest book, The Water Paradox: Overcoming the Global Crisis in Water Management, which critiques current water policies and practices and offers policy and management solutions to avert a global water crisis.
Unsuspected Collapse of SoCal Marine Communities in Historic Times: Novel Insights from Very Young Fossils
Lecture date: April 23, 2019. Susan Kidwell discussed studying shells and other remnants of marine life to understand changes in species composition and abundance over time in Southern California.