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Tybee Island Marine Science Center Podcast

Dee Daniels Media Podcast Network

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Welcome to the Tybee Island Marine Science Center Podcast - an authentic Coastal experience. Join us in developing caring and responsible protection of Coastal Georgia’s natural resources. Together through education and conservation, we can make a difference.
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Marine Mammal Science

The Society for Marine Mammalogy

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Marine Mammal Science is a podcast covering some of the latest scientific research on marine mammals – whales and dolphins, polar bears, seals and sea lions, manatees and dugongs, and sea otters. The podcast is produced by Absolutely Smashing Events and Consulting on behalf of the Society for Marine Mammalogy and the journal Marine Mammal Science. The host, editor and producer is Dr. Ashley Scarlett, familiarly known as Dr Scarlett Smash.
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Join Los Angeles Times environment reporter and author of the new book California Against the Sea Rosanna Xia and Scripps Institution of Oceanography coastal resilience specialist Laura Engeman for a discussion on communicating the science and impacts of sea-level rise and California’s changing relationship with the ocean. Engeman will also discuss…
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Join Los Angeles Times environment reporter and author of the new book California Against the Sea Rosanna Xia and Scripps Institution of Oceanography coastal resilience specialist Laura Engeman for a discussion on communicating the science and impacts of sea-level rise and California’s changing relationship with the ocean. Engeman will also discuss…
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Southern California’s giant kelp forests are ecosystems that are potentially vulnerable to the region’s warming waters, but unlike terrestrial forests, changes in these underwater ecosystems are largely invisible to most of us. Join biologist Mohammad Sedarat and artist Oriana Poindexter in an exploration of their collaboration on the aquarium’s ne…
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Southern California’s giant kelp forests are ecosystems that are potentially vulnerable to the region’s warming waters, but unlike terrestrial forests, changes in these underwater ecosystems are largely invisible to most of us. Join biologist Mohammad Sedarat and artist Oriana Poindexter in an exploration of their collaboration on the aquarium’s ne…
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Join Professor Drew Lucas from Scripps Institution of Oceanography as he delves into the intriguing phenomenon of red tides. In this enlightening talk, you'll discover the behaviors of Lingulodinium polyedra, the primary organism behind these glowing marine events. Professor Lucas's groundbreaking research, featuring tools like an underwater micros…
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Join Professor Drew Lucas from Scripps Institution of Oceanography as he delves into the intriguing phenomenon of red tides. In this enlightening talk, you'll discover the behaviors of Lingulodinium polyedra, the primary organism behind these glowing marine events. Professor Lucas's groundbreaking research, featuring tools like an underwater micros…
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Dr Scarlett Smash celebrates the final episode of the MMS podcast with Dr. Chris Parsons. They chat about Arctic life and ecology. If you would like to keep in touch with Dr Scarlett Smash (LinkedIn) and would like to keep hearing about marine science research tune into the Marine Conservation Happy Hour podcast. https://marineconservationhappyhour…
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Dr Scarlett Smash celebrates the last two episodes of the MMS podcast with Dr. Chris Parsons. They talk about Antarctic life and ecology. If you would like to keep in touch with Dr Scarlett Smash (LinkedIn), tune into the Marine Conservation Happy Hour podcast https://marineconservationhappyhour.libsyn.com…
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On this week's episode, Dr Scarlett Smash chat with Dr. Leslie Hart about her work investigating potential health impacts from exposure chemicals like phthalate and looking at plastic pollution/plastic-contaminated prey as a potential source of exposure. H.O.P.E. Research lab (Hypothesizing Onehealth Pollution Effects) "We are a team of undergradua…
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Take a deep dive with us on this episode recorded on location at Tybee Island Marine Science Center. We're talking about the biggest pillars here at the Science Center - Education and Conservation. Program Director Allison Williford Caldwell is back to teach us all about two programs - Bird Rescue and Marine Mammal Stranding. The team works closely…
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Dr Scarlett Smash continues to talk to Dr KC Bierlich, a postdoctoral scholar about his drone research on the Pacific coast feeding group (PCFG) gray whales. Dr Bierlich shares the history of the PCFG and what it is like conducting drone research.
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On this episode Dr Scarlett Smash talks to Dr KC Bierlich, a postdoctoral scholar about his research on the Pacific coast feeding group (PCFG) gray whales. Dr Bierlich is investigating the health of whales in a changing climate, with drones.
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As we continue to talk about the conservation and education programs at Tybee Island Marine Science Center, today we focus on the Sea Turtle Project and Diamondback Terrapin Rescue and Release. Sarah Alley, who is part of the Curator Team at the Science Center, is here to educate us on Sea Turtle nesting season on Tybee Island. She also talks about…
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On this episode Dr Scarlett Smash has chats with Lisa Hildebrand, a PhD student at Oregon State University's Marine Mammal Institute, about her work analyzing the “summer resident” gray whale sub-species' prey species from their scat. The results were a big surprise!
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Settle in for a powerful one-on-one conversation with Executive Director Chantal Audran from Tybee Island Marine Science Center about the true heartbeat of the work they do with Education and Conservation. You will hear about the work that goes on in the field every day at the Science Center - including what happens during rescue missions. Chantal …
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Water on Earth sustains and connects us, but human activities can increase levels of harmful microorganisms and pollutants in our water systems that have the potential to make us sick or threaten our food supply. Join microbial ecologist Dr. Sarah Allard as she presents emerging research from Scripps Oceanography that sheds light on how natural mic…
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Water on Earth sustains and connects us, but human activities can increase levels of harmful microorganisms and pollutants in our water systems that have the potential to make us sick or threaten our food supply. Join microbial ecologist Dr. Sarah Allard as she presents emerging research from Scripps Oceanography that sheds light on how natural mic…
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Now is the RIGHT time to learn about the Right Whale! This episode is information-packed for you curious-learners. Ashleigh Saal, Environmental Educator and Aquarist with Tybee Island Marine Science Center is sitting down with us to talk about Whale Week and the part we all play in saving one of the world's most endangered species of large whale. O…
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On this episode Dr Chris Parsons chats with Liz Sandeman from Marine Connection about the phenomenon of solitary, sociable dolphins - when single wild dolphins interact with humans. Sadly these situations often come to an unfortunate end for the dolphins. They talk about what to do if one of these dolphins is reported and ways to manage the situati…
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Whale Week is almost here – November 13 - 18 - let's go! Whale Week brings scientific, cultural, and historical education events to the Coastal Georgia area connecting locals with their inner ocean steward. In preparing for Whale Week, we are so grateful to have award-winning historian, ocean activist, storyteller/story collector, and author Hermin…
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This week's host Dr Scarlett Smash chats Ketki Jog, PhD candidate, about her research on the impact of fisheries interactions on the foraging behaviour of Indian Ocean humpback dolphins along the Sindhudurg coast of Maharashtra, India. The Marine Mammal Science Podcast is supported by the Society of Marine Mammalogy membership. Join, renew, or beco…
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We're getting ready for WHALE WEEK – and we’re on location at the Tybee Island Marine Science Center sitting down with Executive Director Chantal Audran and (Creative Renaissance Mermaid) Artist and Marine Educator Joy Davis. Whale Week is happening Monday, November 13th – Saturday, November 18th and is chocked full of amazing events and educationa…
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This week's host Dr Scarlett Smash chats Ketki Jog, PhD candidate, about her research on the impact of fisheries interactions on the foraging behaviour of Indian Ocean humpback dolphins along the Sindhudurg coast of Maharashtra, India. The Marine Mammal Science Podcast is supported by the Society of Marine Mammalogy membership. Join, renew, or beco…
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This week's host Dr Chris Parsons chats to Dr Naomi Rose (Senior Scientist, Animal Welfare Institute) as spate of recent attacks on surfboards by a sea otter. They also talk about issues and problems with the public trying to interact with wild marine mammals. The Marine Mammal Science Podcast is supported by the Society of Marine Mammalogy members…
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We're on location at the Tybee Island Marine Science Center with the Husbandry Team. This episode we're talking with Tyler Hood and Jessica Boyle about the amazing care that goes on 24/7 with the center's five permanent residents. You'll hear amazing stories of rescues and conservation, as well as details of the day-to-day care schedule. Learn more…
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On this episode Dr Naomi Rose about how scientists have come together to try to correct the misinformation about the orca population interacting with boats off of Spain and Gibraltar. They also talk about how letter writing to policy makers can be an important tactic for advocating for science.
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The AWESOME Tybee Island Marine Science Center team JUST stepped out of the water at North Beach on Tybee Island where they were surrounded by hundreds and hundreds of people coming together for one proud moment of TRUE TURTLE POWER! The marine science center's 3-year resident, Loggerhead Sea Turtle IKE is strong and ready, and he has now been rele…
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Marine Debris Ambassador Ike, our resident sea turtle, is about to be released for his greatest adventure to the Atlantic Ocean - Saturday, September 23rd at 8AM. After 3 years of education to over 300,000 students and visitors, we're on location at Tybee Island Marine Science Center talking with Executive Director Chantal Audran and the Curator Te…
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Welcome to our introductory episode - recorded just steps away from the ocean, and on location at the magnificent Tybee Island Marine Science Center. Join us as we explore the innerworkings of Tybee Island Marine Science Center and the pristine beauty of coastal Georgia’s dynamic barrier islands. Meet the team behind the magic of the Marine Science…
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In this episode guest Mark Simmonds tells us about the plight of the vaquita and the recent “Extinction Alert” issued by the International Whaling Commission – a plea to galvanize urgent international Governmental action to try to save the most critically endangered marine mammal in the world.
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On this week's episode Dr Scarlett Smash chats with Shanta Shamsunnaha, a PhD student at Oregon State University's Marine Mammal Institute, who shares her perspective and experience starting her Phd research on transdisciplinary approaches for by-catch mitigation in small-scale fisheries.
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On this week's episode Dr Scarlett Smash chats with Shanta Shamsunnaha, a PhD student at Oregon State University's Marine Mammal Institute, who shares her perspective and experience starting her Phd research on transdisciplinary approaches for by-catch mitigation in small-scale fisheries.
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The confluence of the accelerating climate crisis, more frequent and severe disasters, widespread systemic injustice and oppression, and any number of additional coinciding crises paint a dark picture of our future. Climate professionals often feel inadequately trained to facilitate, navigate and lead communities through the transformative changes …
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The confluence of the accelerating climate crisis, more frequent and severe disasters, widespread systemic injustice and oppression, and any number of additional coinciding crises paint a dark picture of our future. Climate professionals often feel inadequately trained to facilitate, navigate and lead communities through the transformative changes …
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In this episode guest Michael Jasny, the Director of the Natural Resources Defense Council's marine mammal program chats about underwater noise, the threat posed by oil and gas exploration and a new US bill that could have devastating impacts on marine mammals
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