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Ocean Science Radio is a joint project between Andrew Kornblatt, founder and host of the Online Ocean Symposium, and Samantha Wishnak, Digital Media Coordinator at Ocean Exploration Trust. The program will focus on and highlight the latest and greatest ocean science stories that the world has to offer.

Ocean Science Radio is a joint project between Andrew Kornblatt, founder and host of the Online Ocean Symposium, and Samantha Wishnak, Digital Media Coordinator at Ocean Exploration Trust. The program will focus on and highlight the latest and greatest ocean science stories that the world has to offer.
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Ocean Science Radio is a joint project between Andrew Kornblatt, founder and host of the Online Ocean Symposium, and Samantha Wishnak, Digital Media Coordinator at Ocean Exploration Trust. The program will focus on and highlight the latest and greatest ocean science stories that the world has to offer.

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Episodes

MARE

12/28/2018
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The Ocean Science Radio team meets MARE, a ROV and ocean science company in the California Bay Area who is studying marine protected areas up and down the west coast with a fleet of tools including the BATFISH!

Duration:00:15:58

Sharktober

10/30/2018
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Happy Halloween! It is #Sharktober and the Ocean Science Radio team wants to learn the facts behind the festivals and learn about.. well, Sharks!

Duration:00:32:58

DOER

9/21/2018
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The Ocean Science Radio team is back with a brand new team member. In this episode, we chat with Liz Taylor about the Alameda submarine and ROV company, DOER.

Duration:00:14:28

Coral

3/8/2018
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Ocean Science Radio explores the world of coral, what is affecting them, and what some possible solutions are to their problems. Guests include Dr. Rebecca Albright of the California Academy of Science Dr. Madhavi Colton of the Coral Reef Alliance John Than of the Florida Aquarium

Duration:00:21:30

Marine Protection Prize

1/30/2018
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National Geographic has launched a new prize for marine protected area technologies and we spoke with brainchild Shah Selbe. For more on the prize visit: https://www.marineprotectionprize.com/ Music by Midnight Snackers and Lee Rosevere

Duration:00:06:17

Blue Mind

10/4/2017
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The Ocean Science Radio team meets up with Wallace J. Nichols and Nik Sawe to discuss environmental decision making, how nature affects the brain and the concept of "Blue Mind."

Duration:00:13:35

Vaquitas

7/8/2017
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Today is "International Save the Vaquita" day. To help spread awareness of the plight of this endangered species we interviewed filmmakers bringing attention to this issue and a NOAA scientist trying to save the species from extinction. Special thanks to Barbara Taylor for use of her image. To watch "Souls of the Vermilion Sea" visit this link - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_rm0MFhhbBs

Duration:00:18:49

Ocean Lovin 6

6/30/2017
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In the final episode of the ocean loving series, we concentrate on the charismatic megafauna - Whales, Sharks, and Dolphins. We speak to Brit Finucci, PhD candidate in Wellington NZ, Dr. Christine Dudgeon of the University of Queensland, and Dr. Sarah Mesnick of NOAA

Duration:00:21:02

Ocean Lovin 5

5/15/2017
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Ready for the next round of Ocean Lovin'? On this episode we cover broadcast spawners; those animals that just spray and pray that their gametes don't end up as prey. The OSR team and Skylar Bayer of Strictlyfishrap interview Chris Mah of the Echinoblog (http://echinoblog.blogspot.com/)fame about starfish, Beth Len about Coral, and Skylar shows off her impressive knowledge of Scallops! To learn more about algae, check out this blog! -...

Duration:00:15:35

Ocean Lovin 4

4/22/2017
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For the fourth episode in our Ocean Lovin' series we cover the mysterious world of ocean plant-life. Guests include: Clay Steell - Master’s student in the fish ecology and physiology lab at Carlton University in Ottawa Susan Brawley - Professor in the school of marine sciences at the University of Maine Jessica Muhlin - associate professor of marine biology at Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine Photo credit to Clay Steell (Ascophyllum nodosum)

Duration:00:15:44

Ocean Lovin 3

3/26/2017
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For the third installment of "Ocean Lovin'," the joint series on ocean reproduction by Ocean Science Radio and Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour (strictlyfishwrap.com/), we take a look at sex on the microscopic level. Featuring copepods and osedax worms, the team talks with Dr. Rachel Lasley-Rasher, of the University of Maine's Darling Marine Center, and Dr. Greg Rouse, of UC San Diego's Scripps oceanography. Many thanks to the Midnight Snackers (www.msnackers.com/)for letting us use...

Duration:00:14:15

Ocean Lovin 2

2/22/2017
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Valentine's day is here and to celebrate the season, Ocean Science Radio is teaming up with Strictlyfishwrap Science Radio Hour (strictlyfishwrap.com/) in a series of episodes on ocean reproduction titled "Ocean Lovin'." In this, the second episode of the series, we will be featuring: Mike Vecchione - Cephalopod expert at Smithsonian Natural History Museum and National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (http://invertebrates.si.edu/staff/vecchione.cfm) Bret Grasse - Aquarist at...

Duration:00:15:00

Ocean Lovin Part 1

2/14/2017
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Valentine's day is here and to celebrate the season, Ocean Science Radio is teaming up with Stricktlyfishwrapped (https://strictlyfishwrap.com/) in a series of episodes on ocean reproduction titled "Ocean Lovin'." In this, the first episode of the series, we will be featuring: Marah Hardt - Author of Sex and the Sea (https://www.amazon.com/Sex-Sea-Intimate-Connection-Sex-Changing/dp/1137279974) Roy Caldwell - Stomatopod expert at U.C. Berkeley...

Duration:00:15:52

Ocean One

12/30/2016
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The OSR team gets a chance to meet the anthropomorphic underwater robot Ocean One in the Stanford Lab of Oussama Katib.

Duration:00:15:12

SXSW Eco

11/30/2016
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Ocean Science Radio heads to Austin, Texas for the annual green tech event; SXSW Eco. There they spoke with keynote speakers, presenters and even one of the founders, Scott Wilcox about how the organization began. Join Andrew and Samantha as they chat with Robert F. Kennedy Jr of the Waterkeeper Alliance, Melina Formisano of Conservation International, Dianna Cohen of the Plastic Pollution Coalition, Shayna Skolnick of Navteca, and Zenia Tata of Xprize. Websites: http://sxsweco.com/...

Duration:00:17:43

MACNA

10/28/2016
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Alex Rose reports from MACNA, The Marine Aquarium Conference of North America and chats with some incredible ocean and aquarium groups.

Duration:00:04:57

Ocean Tech

9/26/2016
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Ocean Tech is a world first collaborative marine research project, global education program and international media campaign. The project is bringing together the world’s top marine scientists with unique submersible technologies that are set to revolutionise the way scientists study marine life all over the planet. We sat down with Dr. Gretchen Goodbody-Gringley and Executive Director Andrew Smith to talk about the technology they use and the data the generate....

Duration:00:15:03

IMCC4

9/1/2016
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The Society for Conservation Biology's International Marine Conservation Congress (IMCC) brings together conservation professionals and students to develop new and powerful tools to further marine conservation science and policy. This year the Ocean Science Radio was able to chat with a few of the organizers and speakers covering outreach, equity, inclusiveness, and poop. On this podcast, you'll hear from: Kat Middleton--Science Communication Specialist at Lawrence University Andrew...

Duration:00:18:53

Ice Is Nice

7/8/2016
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The OSR team sits down with two different NASA projects that are monitoring our ice. Come join us with Oceans Melting Greenland and Operation IceBridge.

Duration:00:13:46

Eye In The Sky

5/27/2016
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Ocean Science Radio chats with the people behind NASA's ocean monitoring satellites and with a nonprofit using that data, and other satellite data to help watch over sea level rise, oil spills, and even illegal fishing.

Duration:00:11:55