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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 Speak Up For Blue Media on behalf of the Society for Marine Mammalogy and the journal Marine Mammal Science. The host and producer is Dr. Ashley Scarlett.
 
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The Pacific footballfish is a large but rarely encountered deep-sea anglerfish known from only 31 specimens recovered worldwide. Strangely, over the course of last year (2021), three footballfish were found washed up on beaches in San Diego and Orange Counties. Scripps scientists aren't quite sure why these rare creatures are suddenly showing up on…
 
The Pacific footballfish is a large but rarely encountered deep-sea anglerfish known from only 31 specimens recovered worldwide. Strangely, over the course of last year (2021), three footballfish were found washed up on beaches in San Diego and Orange Counties. Scripps scientists aren't quite sure why these rare creatures are suddenly showing up on…
 
On this episode, returning guest Dr. Chris Parsons provides us with a timeline of the history of whaling. Whaling dates back more than three thousand years and on this first of two episodes Dr Parsons talks about whaling's early beginning.
 
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett chats with Dr Alyx Milne, a sensory biologist. They talk about the way pinnipeds move their whiskers, and how they help them to sense what is around them in their natural environment.
 
The ocean is enormous, indeed so large that for centuries we assumed that there was nothing we could do to substantially harm it. Unfortunately, we now know that this is not true. We are having success on some fronts, such as saving species from extinction, protecting ocean waters, fishing more sustainably, and restoring damaged ecosystems by repla…
 
The ocean is enormous, indeed so large that for centuries we assumed that there was nothing we could do to substantially harm it. Unfortunately, we now know that this is not true. We are having success on some fronts, such as saving species from extinction, protecting ocean waters, fishing more sustainably, and restoring damaged ecosystems by repla…
 
In this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett and guest Jaime Bolanos-Jimenez have a fun time chatting about his most recent work studying the population structure and dynamics of the Common Bottlenose Dolphin in the Gulf of Mexicoโดย Society for Marine Mammalogy
 
In this week’s episode, biologist Dr. Lonneke IJsseldijk explains the many things you can learn from a stranded marine mammal and she tells us about an unusual mass stranding of harbour porpoises in Europe.โดย Society For Marine Mammalogy
 
Did you know that whales and dolphins can actually have whiskers? Dr. Ashley Scarlett chats with sensory biologist Dr. Robyn Grant about this little-known area of whale and dolphin biology. This episode is the last of three episodes about marine mammal whiskers.โดย Society For Marine Mammalogy
 
In this week’s episode, Dr. Ashley Scarlett talks to sensory biologist Dr. Robyn Grant about the evolution of whiskers in mammals. This is the first of several episodes of the importance of whiskers in marine mammals.โดย Society For Marine Mammalogy
 
Dr. Eddie Mercado is a Professor of Psychology from the University of Buffalo talks about humpback whale songs and a new theory about why they might be singing. Connect with SMM: Website: https://marinemammalscience.org/ Twitter: https://bit.ly/3FOkEev Facebook: https://bit.ly/3tTaeYqโดย Society For Marine Mammalogy
 
In this week’s episode, Dr. Ashley Scarlett talks to Dr. Angie Srema, an Assistant Professor at Oregon State University, who tells us about her research on blue whale genetics, and how this links to her more recent acoustic research.โดย Society For Marine Mammalogy
 
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett has as a guest Dr Chris Parsons from the US National Science Foundation, who continues to talk about polar bears. In this episode they talk about polar bears’ adaptations to their environmentโดย Society for Marine Mammalogy
 
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett has as a guest Dr Chris Parsons from the US National Science Foundation, who continues to talk about polar bears. In this episode they talk about polar bear moms and their cubs. This episode is two of three special seasonal episodes giving an introduction to the biology and ecology of polar bears.…
 
On this week’s episode Dr Ashley Scarlett has as a guest Dr Chris Parsons from the US National Science Foundation, who highlights some incredible facts about polar bears. This episode is one of three special seasonal episodes giving an introduction to the biology and ecology of polar bears.
 
In this week’s episode, Jacquelyn Shaff from Cascadia Research Collective talks to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about rough-toothed dolphins dive behavior in relation to lunar and diel light levels.โดย Society For Marine Mammalogy
 
This week’s episode is part two of the “Intentionally Building Inclusive Spaces for Queer Scientists” webinar organized by the Society for Marine Mammalogy’s Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Absolutely Smashing Events and Consulting. This webinar series will focus on the fact that the advancement of ocean science, and marine conserv…
 
This week’s episode is part one of the “Intentionally Building Inclusive Spaces for Queer Scientists” webinar organized by the Society for Marine Mammalogy’s Committee on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and Absolutely Smashing Events and Consulting. This webinar series will focus on the fact that the advancement of ocean science, and marine conserv…
 
This episode is part 2 of an interview with Dr Matthew Savoca. He continues discussing the results of his newly published paper on estimating baleen whale prey consumption and how it impacts ocean ecosystems.โดย Society for Marine Mammalogy
 
This episode is one of two episodes with guest Dr. Matthew Savoca. In this episode, Dr. Savoca explains his new findings on the prey of baleen whales and why these results are so important.โดย Society for Marine Mammalogy
 
This week’s episode is the recording of the Research Challenges in Asia webinar hosted by the Society for Marine Mammalogy Diversity Equity and Inclusion committee. This series will focus on research in Asia and issues around conducting marine mammal science in low-income countries.โดย Speak Up For Blue
 
On this week’s episode, Michaela Kratofil, a research assistant at Cascadia Research Collective, is talking to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about her work as a statistical coder and how, via this work, she reveals foraging and ecological patterns within small cetacean populations.โดย Speak Up For Blue
 
On this week’s episode, Liah McPherson, a graduate student working on Hawaiian spinner dolphins, talks about her research on population abundance and age structure and her experiences entering the field of marine mammal science.โดย Marine Mammal Science Podcast
 
On this week’s episode, Jordan Lerma from Cascadia Research Collective talks to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about his work with drones and sampling the breath of cetaceans, as well as research on the behavior of false killer whales.โดย Speak Up For Blue
 
On this week’s episode, Dr Ashley Scarlett chats to Dr Jay Barlow, an award winning marine mammal researcher whose natural ability to tinker with technology has helped with the conservation of many species. He discusses his newest paper on the unique calls and acoustic characteristics of hard to find beaked whales off the coast of Baja California, …
 
On this week’s episode guest Dr. Lindsay Porter, a marine biologist whose work focuses on the Indo-Pacific finless porpoise, talks to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about how important regional, collaborative efforts are when working towards conservation.โดย Speak Up For Blue
 
This week’s episode is the recording of the Internship Equality webinar co-hosted by the Whale and Dolphin Conservation and the Society for Marine Mammalogy Diversity & Inclusion committee. While we all rely on the ocean for half our oxygen, our climate, and our economy, not everyone has a voice in marine science and conservation, a field which has…
 
This week’s episode has our guest, Dr. Rebecca Lent, the International Whaling Commission's Executive Secretary, talking to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about the IWC’s 75th anniversary. They also talk about its latest cetacean conservation initiatives and programs. Dr. Lent describes the valuable resources that the IWC provides for the general public, incl…
 
This week’s episode marks the 100th Marine Mammal Science podcast recording. To celebrate, we speak to Dr. Chris Parsons, the creator of the podcast and the Membership Chair of the Society for Marine Mammalogy. He joins Dr. Ashley Scarlett to discuss the podcast, what the Society for Marine Mammalogy offers and ways for those interested in marine m…
 
On this week’s episode Guest Dr. Lindsay Porter, Chair of the International Whaling Commission’s Small Cetaceans Sub-Committee, talks to Dr. Ashley Scarlett about the work of the Sub-Committee on the conservation of dolphins, porpoises, and beaked whales. One current issue is the threat posed by “wild meat” - the hunting and killing of small cetace…
 
In this week’s episode Dr. Ashley Scarlett talks to Dr. Caroline Weir who has dedicated herself to helping achieve a key biodiversity area for the endangered Sei Whales in the Falkland Islands. They talk about how important the Falkland Islands are to sei and southern right whales, and the scientific discoveries made on both species.…
 
The ocean provides a bounty of essential life-supporting services. Yet, a changing climate and increasing human uses are altering marine ecosystems and their ability to continue to provide this wealth of essential services. Off the coast of California, we are lucky to have one of the worlds longest-running marine observation programs, the Californi…
 
The ocean provides a bounty of essential life-supporting services. Yet, a changing climate and increasing human uses are altering marine ecosystems and their ability to continue to provide this wealth of essential services. Off the coast of California, we are lucky to have one of the worlds longest-running marine observation programs, the Californi…
 
In this week's episode, Dr. Drasko Holcer tells us more about the whales and dolphins of the Adriatic Sea, like long-finned pilot whales, sperm whales, and common dolphins. He also talks about victories with Marine Protected Areas and shares a conservation message for the marine mammals of this region.…
 
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