Best Marinescience podcasts we could find (Updated July 2019)
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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, @DrScarlettSmash and @MarineBrit. 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 (especi ...
 
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Craken just finished up teaching a Marine Mammal course at one of the oldest Marine stations in the world, the Millport Marine Station. Craken speaks with Dr. Dominic McAfferty about the history and the purpose of the course. Have you taken a summer Marine Conservation course for extra credit and learning opportunities? Share your thoughts in t ...…
 
The MCHH Crew discuss the Sargassum Belt that has hit the news articles lately after a paper was published describing what it is and the mystery by the specific causes. Have you encountered the Sargassum Belt? Let us know in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group.By Speak Up For Blue.
 
Andrew, Craken, and Smash discuss the 6 Northern Right Whale deaths (4 deaths in 48 hours) in the Gulf of St. Lawrence during the month of June. The MCHH crew discovered something very peculiar about the maximum ship speed. Take a listen to the episode to find out more. Do you have a comment on the episode? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up F ...…
 
Craken and Smash go to Disney World and tour the various countries represented at Epcot. After a few drinks, Craken and Smash head over to the aquarium and provide some feedback. Check out what they say by listening to this episode. Have you been to Epcot? share your experience and thoughts on your experience in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook G ...…
 
Canada bans Cetacean captivity and Iceland welcomes two former captive Beluga whales to it's Sea Side Sanctuary. Craken and Smash are two marine mammals scientists who have some great thoughts and insights on these issues. Have some thoughts on this episode? Share them in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group.…
 
We continue airing Craken's interviews from Capital Hill's Ocean Week (CHOW 2019) from a couple of weeks ago to bring you new information on policy and Marine Conservation. This week, Ryan Ososki (policy analyst for Animal Welfare Institute), joins Craken in discussing policies related to Marine Mammals, especially Northern Right Whales. Take a ...…
 
Craken sits down with Dr. Andrew Pershing of the Gulf of Maine Research Institute to discuss his opening panel at Capitol Hill Oceans Week (CHOW2019) to detail the changes in the Gulf of Maine and how it affects the people in the region. Do you have any thoughts about this interview? Share them in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://ww ...…
 
Craken went to Kenya to attend the International Whaling Commission Science Meeting in May and brings us an update on the new research that will help conserve whales. Do you think the IWC is good for whales? Share your thoughts in the Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group.By Speak Up For Blue.
 
Over 70 Gray Whales were found dead along the west coast of the United States. The whales were found emaciated along the shores and it is estimated that the 70 represent only 10% of the deaths, meaning that there could be 700 animals that did not wash up on shore. Craken, Smash, and Andrew discuss the deaths and what it might mean for the Gray ...…
 
Craken ends his meeting at the International Whaling Commission (IWC) with an interview with Dr. Mark Simmonds. Craken and Mark discuss the recent international report on the decline of biodiversity around the world. Take a listen to their chat and share your thoughts on the report in our Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group.…
 
Craken MacCraic is at the International Whaling Commission and chats to Sally Mizroch about sei whales and Dan Hubble about shipping ... and the finale of Game of Thrones!!!By Speak Up For Blue.
 
Craken continues his MCHH podcast in the field series as he interviews Liz Slooten on the status and recovery of the Maui Dolphin, an endangered species that reside in New Zealand.By Speak Up For Blue.
 
Craken is in Kenya at the International Whale Commission Scientific Meetings where there are a number of Cetacean Biologists trying to protect Cetaceans all around the world. Craken thought it would be a good idea to do some recordings on the road with some of those Biologists. In this episode, Craken is joined by Stephanie Stack (https://twitt ...…
 
Chelsea Gray joins the MCHH Crew again this week to discuss her full Master's thesis that involved determining whether Basking Shark Ecotourism was viable in Northern Ireland. We discussed what Chelsea had to do for her research and the results of the project. What do you think was the outcome of her Thesis? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up ...…
 
Chelsea Gray joins the MCHH Crew on the podcast today to discuss her fieldwork in Ireland for her Master's Degree. Listen in on her stories of how she confronted her fears as an introvert to ask questions from her survey to complete strangers; how she traveled by herself to the field site; and, what she did to feel comfortable while she was the ...…
 
The MCHH Crew is joined by Dana Johnson again today to discuss how social science plays such a critical role in creating Conservation initiatives. We explore why social science is such an important part of the conservation solution to protecting the Ocean, yet it still doesn't get enough support from the rest of the conservation field. What do ...…
 
The MCHH Crew is joined by @ScientistSophia and Dana Johnson on the episode to discuss their recent paper on Social Values for Marine Protected Areas. There is a lot of insight in this episode so pay attention and let us know what you think about how social values play a role in MPAs in the Speak Up For Blue Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com ...…
 
The MCHH Crew clear up a question that apparently is going around the internet. The question is "What Is The Difference Between Whales And Dolphins?" Craken takes us through the answer in detail to ensure there is no confusion. We also have a guest for today's episode, Kaitlynn Black returns to the podcast to provide her insight on the matter.…
 
The MCHH Crew welcome first time guest on the podcast, Kaitlynn Black. Kaitlynn is a fellow podcaster with her own show called "Of The Ocean Podcast." The show is a cross between a conservation podcast with mindset and calls to action all wrapped into one. Check out the great conversation we have with Kaitlynn. What do you think of her podcast? ...…
 
Red Lobster is the next company to team up with the Ocean Conservancy to help rid the Oceans of Ghost Gear. The MCHH Crew are happy to discuss this great initiative where you see a large organization that has huge buying power have an influence on the type of seafood it purchases and to buy more sustainably. Listen to the episode and let us kno ...…
 
Earth Day Should Be Every Day!!! The MCHH Crew provided our ways in reducing our impact based on a listener request. We discussed our involvement in protests, reducing plastic consumption and use and our strategies towards eating sustainable seafood. How do you reduce your impact on the Earth? Share your thoughts in the Facebook Group: http://w ...…
 
@Taotaotasi joins the MCHH Crew again to discuss his work in Marine Conservation, including the Mariana Trench, near the islands where he grew up. Share your thoughts on the episode in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group.By Speak Up For Blue.
 
@taotaotasi joins the MCHH Crew on the podcast to discuss the All-Male Ad posted by the Discovery Channel where the men sang "This Is Our World." It seems as though Discovery just doesn't understand the meaning of diversity. The Women in STEM on Twitter decided to create a few video ads of their own showing Discovery that it's not only a man's ...…
 
The MCHH Crew is here to continue our discussion on how Marine Conservation Organizations should be using web technologies for communicating science and conservation to their audience. In the last episode, you listened to an example of how the Toronto Zoo used podcasts to discuss their behind-the-scenes conservation efforts for the African Peng ...…
 
The MCHH Crew decided to change things up a bit for this episode. We have discussed how environmental organizations in the past need to embrace technologies such as social media platforms (especially podcasts) as a way to connect with their constituents. Some organizations are starting to use podcasting to accomplish their goals. Speak Up For B ...…
 
The MCHH Crew is not happy to discuss the major budget cuts to the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) programs. We mention many programs that are either defunded or reduced budgets, most of them revolve around Climate Change. Hold on to your glasses tightly (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) because this is not a pretty epis ...…
 
The MCHH crew discuss a new article published in Mongabay News about a science journal article that discusses how Climate Change is still having an impact on reef-building corals in and outside Marine Protected Areas. Continue the Conservation in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group.…
 
The MCHH Crew weigh in on the series of online videos that have surfaced over the past couple of years of people interacting with sea life that hasn't been that great. We mention some of the examples and talk about what not to do when interacting with Ocean Wildlife. Do you agree with how we think people should act with Ocean Wildlife? Let us k ...…
 
The MCHH Crew are joined by Erica Moulton, who is one of the hardest working women in Marine Science and Conservation. From being a Director of STEM at St. Petersburgh College to teaching people how to build and use an ROV for marine conservation, science, and exploration. Check out the episode and let us know what you think in the Facebook Gro ...…
 
The MCHH crew comment on a National Geographic article that says they have the first underwater video footage of the Type D Orca. The article makes it sound that this ecotype of Orca is fairly new. The MCHH crew (3 of them being Marine Mammal Scientists) are here to set the record straight. The crew is excited that the "discovery team" were abl ...…
 
The MCHH crew weigh in on the debate happening online within the Speak Up For Blue Community about whether we should prioritize Ocean Issues based on how it is affecting the planet. For instance, Climate Change vs Plastic Pollution. Climate Change has been cited as one of the most dangerous Ocean Issues this planet is facing by many different c ...…
 
The MCHH Crew update you on the status of the Orcas and Belugas that are being held in captivity in Russia. Craken tells us the reactions of the Russian government and international NGOs regarding the situation. Craken also discusses the procedures for the release and care for the future of the individual whales. What do you think should happen ...…
 
The last season of Game of Thrones is about to air in just over a month. Since this is a much anticipated last season, the MCHH Crew decided to go through the science of Westeros because we are scientists and that is what we do! Share your thoughts on our Science of Westeros in the Speak Up For Blue Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com ...…
 
The MCHH Crew is happy to welcome Frances Farabaugh, a PhD student studying shark behavior. She is on the podcast today to discuss her upcoming podcast, Madam Curiosity. A Podcast that provides a historical look at women in STEM. Take a listen to find out more about the podcast and let us know what you think about the show in our Speak Up For B ...…
 
The MCHH Crew discuss the validity of a news article written by a prominent reef scientist that questions why people are worried about Reef safe sunscreen. The scientist says the experiments that conclude that there are harmful chemicals to reefs in regular sunscreen are not valid. The MCHH Crew discuss the experiments and have their own opinio ...…
 
The MCHH Crew have a great discussion over drinks about the Green New Deal. The Green New Deal is a resolution proposed by the Democrats that is supposed to address climate change, employment, housing, and other important issues. Check out what the MCCH Crew had to say about the deal and whether they think it's realistic. What do you think abou ...…
 
The MCHH crew are joined by Katharine and Peter Baumgartner who are entrepreneurs with the goal of bringing about awareness for the Ocean through board games. We talk to them about the process of creating a game and discuss the amount of testing they did to get feedback and refine the game. Do you have an Ocean Board Game you love to play? Shar ...…
 
I recently took a cruise with my family to a number of places within the Caribbean; however, as I left for the cruise, there was an article that was released on the impact of cruise lines on climate change. In this episode, the MCHH crew provide details of the impact of cruise lines on the Ocean. Andrew also provides details on the specific exp ...…
 
Captive marine mammals should be a thing of the past and the story that the MCHH Crew is covering today is the perfect reason why marine mammal captivity should stop. Craken provides the details while Smash and Andrew ask the questions and provide the commentary. How do you feel about dolphin captivity? Share your thoughts in the Speak Up For B ...…
 
Craken is in Sri Lanka working with Dr. Asha de Vos studying the effect of the whale watching industry in blue whales in Sri Lanka. Join Asha and Craken as they sit down with Selby Shah to discuss fieldwork, marine biology in Sri Lanka and the finding issues surrounded with Marine Conservation. Share your thoughts on this episode in the Speak U ...…
 
Craken_MacCraic goes on tour with an episode of the Marine Conservation Happy Hour recorded in a (rather delightful) bar in Sri Lanka. He's joined by National Geographic Fellow and conservation technologist Shah Shelbe (@shahselbe) to talk about using drones in marine conservation.By Speak Up For Blue.
 
Craken and Smash take the time to go through their New Years Resolution for 2019 to get ready for the upcoming year. What are your Resolutions for 2019? Share them in the Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group.By Speak Up For Blue.
 
Big news hit the Marine Conservation Field over the holiday season as Japan announced that it was leaving the International Whaling Commission and open whaling within their Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). Is this a good thing or a bad thing? The MCHH Crew (Craken_MacCraic and DrScarlettSmash) are hear to give their opinions on the matter. Share ...…
 
Being a Marine Conservationist is not easy. There are many people who work in the Marine Conservation field who undergo extreme stress whether they are in a job or they are searching for jobs. Either way, life can be stressful. On this episode, the MCHH crew share how they deal with stress. Share your thoughts on the episode by joining our Face ...…
 
The MCHH Crew debate whether the events that lead up to the Avengers: Infinity War would be good for the Ocean. If you haven't seen this movie, then there are major spoiler alerts. We discuss the effects of the scenario on everything from bacteria to vertebrates. Share your thoughts on the episode by joining our Facebook Group: http://www.speak ...…
 
The MCHH Crew discuss the new bill passed by the US Federal Government to open the culling of Sea Lions in the Northwest US as a weak attempt to help the salmon populations. The crew discusses an exchange on a Congressman's Facebook page where his Deputy Chief of Staff calls a Wildlife Biologist an armchair conservationist. As you can see, poli ...…
 
The MCHH crew is here to let you know about the Layers of the Ocean. We love to go over things that we learnt about during our University careers and what we have discovered since then. Enjoy the Podcast!!! Share your thoughts on the episode by joining our Facebook Group: http://www.speakupforblue.com/group…
 
There were a number of marine scientists and conservationists that live tweeted the episodes of the Blue Planet II season this past week. The MCHH crew gave it a shot during the Coasts episode. You can follow the conversation of all of the episodes by searching the hashtag #BluePlanetChat. We discussed our thoughts on the episode as well as our ...…
 
Everyone thinks there way of doing conservation is the best way! That is what the MCHH Crew is discussing today. You would be surprised to hear that many people within conservation think conservation can only be done their way. This manner of conservation leads to less collaboration and sharing of funding resources.…
 
The MCHH Crew come together over drinks to discuss the recent announcement that the US Government is now opening up the Atlantic Ocean (within the US Exclusive Economic Zone) to Seismic Surveys as the beginning of Oil Exploration along this coast. The MCHH crew discuss the consequences that could happen due to seismic surveys on Marine Mammals. ...…
 
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