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Best Marinemammals podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Marinemammals podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Marine Conservation Happy Hour is a podcast that looks at the many different sides of Marine Science and Conservation in an informal setting - a during a pub Happy Hour, chatting casually over a few (or more) drinks. The show is co-hosted by Andrew Lewin, @Craken_McCraic, and @DrScarlettSmash. Everyone is a marine scientist who is passionate about the Ocean, marine mammals (whales, seals, dolphins, porpoises, polar bears and more), sharks and other fish, invertebrates (especially squid & ...
 
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 is Dr. Chris Parsons.
 
Speak Up For The Ocean Blue raises awareness of the variety of ocean science and conservation projects conducted all around the world. It educates you, the listener, on the different Ocean Conservation Projects that are happening around the world. By listening to our guests, I hope to inspire you to live an ocean-friendly life through their stories and the information I provide to guide you towards a living a life that will be healthy for the Ocean. On the podcast episodes, I discuss, sharks ...
 
Are you a wildlife project leader or want to be one? Projects for Wildlife is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories from wildlife conservation project leaders who are protecting wildlife and finding new ways to benefit both wildlife and humans. Alicia Amerson hosts interviews with project leaders from around the world about their struggles and triumphs in wildlife conservation. She dives into solo episodes sharing lessons learned from 17 years of environmental project management experience. ...
 
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The MCHH Crew goes through all the wonderful seabirds out there and why they can be important in monitoring marine mammals. What is your favourite Seabird? Share your favourites in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group. MCHH Instagram MCHH Twitter ############################################ Check out the Shows o…
 
Dolphins are fairly intelligent, we know that. However, the fact that we now know dolphins teach each other how to use tools to hunt more efficiently. To top it off, dolphins are teaching other siblings and friends how to use such tools. Normally, the teaching comes from mother to calf, but not this time. What do you think dolphins can do that we d…
 
Marine Parks can provide some sort of protection; however, it all depends on the types of Ocean uses that are allowed to take place such as fishing or deep-sea mining. More protections may be necessary once research in the marine park takes place. An example of this scenario occurred in a recent study at a Marine Park in Australian Water where the …
 
The MCHH Crew speaks with LoraKim Joyner of One Earth Conservation, who works on conservation through human dimensions. She works all over the world, but especially in the Americas and indigenous communities. She also loves parrots. Website: https://www.oneearthconservation.org/ Do you think the Human Dimensions plays a big role in conservation? Sh…
 
Stories are the way we connect to a particular topic. When we read a book, the story captures our imaginations. When we watch a movie, people look for great storytelling as special effects can only get you so far. The point is storytelling is a tried and tested way to get your message across. It's a skill that some people may have and others need t…
 
Finally! I have some great news to share. There was a study that used a drone to count Green Sea Turtles as they waiting along the shoreline of an island in the Great Barrier Reef. Around 64,000 nesting sea turtles were counted (the largest number in a long time). It's a conservation win that used new technology. Check out the details by listening …
 
Dr Chris Parsons chats to Dr Gianna Minton about her career change from teaching to travelling around the world researching whales & dolphins in Oman, Malaysia, Gabon and Europe. Most recently she's been writing the International Whaling Commission's new Whale-Watching Handbook: a fantastic online resource for tourists, whale-watching operators, ma…
 
What do you get when you put marine mammal biologists in the same room with an elephant biologist? You get a comparison! The MCHH Crew speaks with Dr. Stephanie Schuttler and compares the magnificent animals. Who do you think is better: Elephants or Marine Mammals? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforbl…
 
It's difficult to stop the illegal trade of endangered animals during "normal" times. Now, try and stop the same trade during a pandemic when there are fewer resources to inspect crates that travel all over the world. Turtles, Sharks, and Totoaba have all paid the price. It's something we need to discuss. Link To Article: https://www.insightcrime.o…
 
Kristin Combs is the the executive director of Wyoming Wildlife Advocates and organization that has the mission to inform, educate, empower communities to preserve our wild legacy, protect our shared wildlife and modernize wildlife management across the state of Wyoming. Kristin has nine years of non-profit administration experience, nearly four ye…
 
The MCHH Crew sit down with Dr. Stephanie Schuttler to discuss how she came up with The Fancy Scientist theme and why she wants to do more SciComm. Stepanie's Links: Website: https://www.stephanieschuttler.com/ YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7KlOYUv8lxU3MG4sfxaLzA Podcast: https://www.stephanieschuttler.com/category/podcast/ Ins…
 
Being a Marine Biologist is THE best! People love hearing that you are a Marine Biologist when you are introduced at a gathering of some sort. You become more interesting because not many people know Marine Biologists. However, we sometimes take on the persona of being a Marine Biologist too much where we don't allow ourselves to become something e…
 
Dr. Rebecca Helm wrote a great article on how we currently think about jellyfish and how we should think about jellyfish. You might be wondering what that sentence really meant. You will have to listen to find out. Link to Article: https://thecorrespondent.com/531/you-might-hate-jellyfish-but-almost-everything-in-the-ocean-depends-on-them-and-we-do…
 
The MCHH Crew discusses a new image that is making the rounds on the internet that could causing some people to think the Loch Ness monster is real. *spoilers - it's not !* Craken has done some research on this image and has written a paper sea monster sightings, and the real-life creatures that inspired them, in his past studies. Check out what he…
 
There was a great news video on shark incidents on Reunion Island that showed the complexities of shark conservation when multiple ocean stakeholders are involved. The surfing community wants something done about the sharks, the environmentalists want to protect them and the government wants to appease everyone (but will probably make everyone mad …
 
Mangrove conservation is a focus along coastal areas in tropical countries that would like to keep Carbon Dioxide in the ground. Mangrove forests keep more than 3 times the amount of CO2 in the ground when compared to terrestrial tropical forests. So Mangroves becomes a focus when we are doing everything we can to keep CO2 from getting into the atm…
 
This week Chris Parsons interviews Sally Mizroch and world expert on the sei whale. Sei whales were heavily hit by whaling and her research indicates that many stocks have never really recovered. But this whale is largely overlooked by marine conservation groups. Sally talks about the history of industrial and commercial whaling - pointing out some…
 
The MCHH Crew discusses what a movie would look like if they made it about Ocean Problems. Enjoy! What would your movie look like of Ocean Problems? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group. MCHH Instagram MCHH Twitter ############################################ Check out the Shows on the Spe…
 
Have you ever wondered why we only hear about shark finning when we discuss Shark Conservation? It seems to be the main narrative whenever you hear about Sharks and protecting them. However, there is more to Shark Conservation than finning. Dr. Catherine MacDonald and Dr. David Shiffman are here to discuss the ramifications of only talking about on…
 
Last week we celebrated the Ocean in epic fashion; however, this week I ask the question: what do we do now?! This year on Speak Up For The Ocean Blue, I am going to be focusing in on how to change our behaviours to live for a better Ocean. Check out the Podcast to find out more. What behaviour do you need to change so that you can live for a bette…
 
The MCHH Crew discusses the implications of stricter regulations for the Whale Watching industry. Do you think the regulations will work? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group. MCHH Instagram MCHH Twitter ############################################ Check out the Shows on the Speak Up For B…
 
Josh Asel a self made wildlife conservationist and photojournalist. He recently launched Art for Earth, his feature website where he shares conservation stories and his images. www.joshasel.com https://www.instagram.com/josh.asel/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/josh-asel-3389025a/ https://www.facebook.com/joshua.asel.707 Show notes for this episode: w…
 
An article in Science Magazine (link below) shows how deep-sea bottom currents are concentrating microplastics in specific areas. Unfortunately, these areas are the same areas that are high in biodiversity. The biodiverse hot spots are diverse because of the same current systems that create the microplastic hot spots. The bottom line is that we all…
 
Dr. Eric Archer is Chris Parsons’s guest this week. Dr. Archer discusses the work of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) marine mammal genetics lab, his research in fin whales, and what it’s like to do oceanic surveys for whales and dolphins and to live on one of NOAAs research vessels. Dr. Archer is also co-Chair of the So…
 
A race for the cure to end a global pandemic could affect populations of horseshoe crabs. How do horseshoe crabs tie into finding a vaccine you ask? Well, it's in their blood. The blue blood act as an indicator of the presence of contaminants during vaccine trials. The crab's blood will coagulate if there are enough contaminants. The problem is tha…
 
What can I say? We like talking about bioluminescence. In this episode, Craken MacCraic talks about the science of bioluminescence and the various ways in which marine species utilize it to capture prey, avoid predators and communicate. Do you like talking about Bioluminescence as much as we do? Let us know in the Facebook Group: http://www.speakup…
 
The largest Atlantic US Marine Monument is now open for commercial fishing after the President of the United States signs an Executive Order to allow fishing to occur within the boundaries. There is a reason why this happened and it has to do with the manner in which the Monument was designated. Take a listen to the show to find out what I mean. Li…
 
Happy Ocean's Day from the MCHH Crew. We discuss some of our favourite stories around the Ocean. What is your favourite thing about the Ocean? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group. ############################################### Check out the new Speak Up For The Ocean Blue Podcast App: ht…
 
Today is the day we celebrate the Ocean. I wanted to make sure you knew why the Ocean was so beautiful and spectacular that I invited our audience members to tell us why they loved the Ocean. There are 6 members of the audience that are on this episode to tell you about why they love the Ocean. Once we have the foundation of why we love the Ocean, …
 
Danni Washington is back on the show to discuss her upcoming involvement in the online virtual summit called EarthXOcean from June 9-12. The summit will be discussing solutions for four major challenges we face in the Ocean today: 1) High Seas; 2) Coral Reef Protection; 3) Ocean Plastic Solutions; and, 4) Sustainable Fishing. Danni also discusses w…
 
Dr. Lorelei Crerar is Dr. Chris Parsons’s guest this week. Dr. Crerar talks about how Georg Steller discovered the Steller’s sea cow, and about its extinction. They also talk about the “bigfoot” of the oceans – the mythical sea monkey that Steller reported seeing. They also talk about Dr. Crerar’s research that discovered a new population of Stelle…
 
We take a serious turn on today's podcast to speak out against the police brutality on the black community over the past few months as well as systematic racism in the Marine Science and Conservation field. I am honoured to have Danni Washington on today's episode to answer questions about how she feels about the Black Lives Matter Movement, her ex…
 
The MCHH Crew are well into their cups, and continue with their (somewhat giggly) discussion on bioluminescence and plankton as Dr. Craken wanted to think back to his undergrad project on the same topic. What is your favourite bioluminescent animal? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group. Ch…
 
The movie Blackfish put the free orca campaign on a mainstream level and caused many things to change, such as the cancellation of orca shows and stopped the breeding program; however, what are we going to do with the Orcas in a small concrete tank. Lori Marino, a neuroscientist, has proposed an alternative that is backed by a dream team of scienti…
 
Dr. Kristin Weiss and Buttercup the Oceanpup. Dr. Kristen Weiss is currently Communications Coordinator for the Long Term Ecological Research network. Previously, she was an early career fellow in Science Communication at the Center for Ocean Solutions, Stanford University, and before that a lecturer in the Environmental Studies Program at the Univ…
 
The MCHH Crew discusses the wonderous world of Bioluminescence species in the Ocean after a video surfaced of dolphins swimming in the night while "glowing." It just goes to show you how beautiful the Ocean can be. Have you ever witnessed bioluminescence in the Ocean? Share your experience in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakup…
 
The Canadian Government has implemented some new protective measures to protect the Southern Resident Orca Population off the coast of British Columbia. They implemented another distance measure as well as some more restrictions of fishing for Chinook Salmon, the Resident Populations favourite food. I also make some other announcements on things th…
 
This week Dr. Chris Parsons interviews Dr. Lee Talbot. Lee has had a long and interesting career in ecology and conservation, but he was especially influential for being the writer of both the US Marine Mammal Protection Act and the Endangered Species Act. He tells us about how he managed to persuade President Nixon about the importance of conservi…
 
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