Best marine habitat podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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On the Line—A NOAA Fisheries Podcast
 
On the Line is a NOAA Fisheries podcast about marine fish and wildlife and their ocean habitats, with stories told by the people who study, manage, and protect these valuable resources on behalf of the American public. Each podcast comes with photos and a short Web feature story. Listen in to find out who's On the Line.
 
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On the Line—A NOAA Fisheries Podcast
 
On the Line is a NOAA Fisheries podcast about marine fish and wildlife and their ocean habitats, with stories told by the people who study, manage, and protect these valuable resources on behalf of the American public. Each podcast comes with photos and a short Web feature story. Listen in to find out who's On the Line.
 
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Climate Change is rearing its ugly head as one of its consequences is the rapid heating of the Antarctic Ice Sheets turning them to slush. El Nino changed the wind patterns of the continent so that they could not keep the ice sheets cool as warm water moved in along the coastline. There is a 300,000 square mile slush pile that used to be ice. I ...…
 
In our most recent episode of The Last Stand Podcast, we discuss the importance, uniqueness and threats to coral reef ecosystems with Sam Teicher, co-founder of Coral Vita. Founded in 2014, Coral Vita’s mission is to restore the planets damaged and dying coral reef environments by growing more resilient coral and transplanting them into threate ...…
 
In our most recent episode of The Last Stand Podcast, we discuss the importance, uniqueness and threats to coral reef ecosystems with Sam Teicher, co-founder of Coral Vita. Founded in 2014, Coral Vita’s mission is to restore the planets damaged and dying coral reef environments by growing more resilient coral and transplanting them into threate ...…
 
The Shark Week Schedule for 2017 has been announced and there are some shows to which I am looking forward and others that perpetuate sharks as serial killers (which is false!!!). I review some of the synopses of the episodes announced during this episode. I also go over an infographic released by the Save San Francisco Bay Organization that de ...…
 
Now an intriguing preview of Saturday’s properly effervescent show. It’s not, with profuse apologies, for dieters. If we’re successful we will always leave you incredibly hungry and thirsty. In our case that’s probably a pretty good thing… Craft beer enthusiasts rejoice ! We’re live this morning from the 9th Annual Pechanga Microbrew Festival a ...…
 
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Science and the Sea podcast
 
If you build it, they will come. That’s been the case with an oyster reef along the Texas coast. The once-thriving reef had died out, but a recent restoration project brought it back to life. And lots of oysters and other marine creatures are now calling it home. Half Moon Reef is in Matagorda Bay, about halfway between Galveston and Corpus Chr ...…
 
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Science and the Sea podcast
 
If you build it, they will come. That’s been the case with an oyster reef along the Texas coast. The once-thriving reef had died out, but a recent restoration project brought it back to life. And lots of oysters and other marine creatures are now calling it home. Half Moon Reef is in Matagorda Bay, about halfway between Galveston and Corpus Chr ...…
 
As ocean temperatures rise, what will happen to the fish we eat? According to a recent study published in “Progress in Oceanography,” some fish species will thrive in warmer waters — and others, not so much. Using a detailed climate model and historical observation data, researchers at NOAA and The Nature Conservancy modeled the shifting therma ...…
 
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Mountain Nature and Culture Podcast
 
Story 1 - Grizzlies Meet Bison This is one of the most amazing stories to hit the parks in decades, and the first large-scale reintroduction of a large hoofed animal in this area. In February of 2017, 10 pregnant females and 6 young bulls were reintroduced to a remote area of Banff National Park. Just yesterday, on June 7, 2017, Parks announced ...…
 
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NEXT New England
 
This week, we have stories about immigrants facing misunderstandings and confusion in their interactions with the criminal justice system. Plus, the popular Hulu series “The Handmaid’s Tale” prompts us to look back at the New England Puritan culture that provided the underpinnings for Margaret Atwood’s dystopia. And we take in nature’s bounty a ...…
 
CLICK HERE to listen to episode audio (3:56). Transcript of audio, notes on the audio, images, and additional information follow below. All Web addresses mentioned were functional as of 6-2-17. TRANSCRIPT OF AUDIO From the Cumberland Gap to the Atlantic Ocean, this is Virginia Water Radio for the week of June 5, 2017. SOUND – ~ 5 sec This week, ...…
 
Educate + Empower + Restore. It is a great honor to be joined by Fabien Cousteau to discuss the Ocean Learning Center (OLC) and the experience of living 31 Days underwater. Our dynamic conversation will provide unique insights and review amazing adventures of the Cousteau family. Following his grandfather’s words, “People protect what they love ...…
 
Cape Cod has seen a dramatic increase in the number of great white sharks frequenting our waters since 2009. Most have been adults, but sightings of baby white sharks are also on the rise. Now there’s research that points to Cape Cod as the next great white shark nursery. Chris Lowe, professor of marine biology and director of the Shark Lab at ...…
 
Lough Hyne is Irelands first Marine Nature Reserve and one of the most beautiful spots in the country. It’s situated 5 kilometres South-West of Skibbereen, just off the Skibbereen Baltimore road.The marine lake is connected to the Atlantic Ocean via Barlogue Creek by a narrow channel known as the rapids. The area is a scientists paradise, steep ...…
 
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Screw it, Just do it|Virgin StartUp mentor Alex Chisnall chats with Ray Kelvin, Steven Bartlett, John Lee Dumas, & others on StartUpU every week. Alex Chisnall: Entrepreneur, Virgin StartUp mentoring advisor, host of "Screw it
 
John Lee Dumas went from serving as a a US Army Officer in Iraq to generating over $10m in under 5 years. JLD has interviewed nearly 2,000 of the world's most successful entrepreneurs: from Gary Vaynerchuk to Tony Robbins, Tim Ferris and Seth Godin. He joins me on todays show to talk about the lessons he has taken from these interviews and has ...…
 
Scientist Tim O'Hara will be coming in to talk about leading the first deep-sea exploration voyage upon The Investigator (the CSIRO’s marine research vessel) from Launceston to Brisbane. On this voyage, Tim will be leading an international team of 40 scientists for a 31-day scientific expedition, it will be the first survey in Australia to exam ...…
 
Scientist Tim O'Hara will be coming in to talk about leading the first deep-sea exploration voyage upon The Investigator (the CSIRO’s marine research vessel) from Launceston to Brisbane. On this voyage, Tim will be leading an international team of 40 scientists for a 31-day scientific expedition, it will be the first survey in Australia to exam ...…
 
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Discover DEP: the Official Podcast of the NJ Department of Environmental Protection
 
Since 1984, the Bureau of Marine Fisheries has been involved in an intensive program of artificial reef construction and biological monitoring. Artificial reefs in ocean waters along the New Jersey coast provide a habitat for fish, shellfish and crustaceans, fishing grounds for anglers, and underwater structures for scuba divers. This past Wedn ...…
 
As species rapidly adapt to altered landscapes and a warming climate, scientists and stakeholders need new techniques to monitor ecological responses and plan future conservation efforts. Writing in BioScience, Drs. Stephen McCormick of the US Geological Survey and Michael Romero of Tufts University describe the emerging field of conservation e ...…
 
Imagine cooling down 2,300 km of Barrier Reef along the Australian coast using renewable energy. Mind-blowing, right? Dr Brian Von Herzen has such a plan. It's part of a bigger picture that he calls Marine Permaculture - using nature to restore habitat in the oceans. It is a project he has been working towards for over a decade including demons ...…
 
The Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion could wipe out the Southern Resident Orcas, but Justin Trudeau’s government approved the plans late last year. Mark Leiren-Young ask Ecojustice’s Dyna Tuytel – the orcas’ unofficial lawyer – about challenging that decision in court. “I feel like I’m fighting on my client’s behalf, but that we ...…
 
In this episode Sarah, Josh and James discuss the opening chapters of Voyage of the Beagle where Darwin recounts the initial months of his voyage that includes an aborted stop at the Canary Islands, a visit to Cape Verde and then his first overland trip in Brazil. James discussed how Darwin spent as much time off the Beagle traveling overland t ...…
 
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Jackson Buchman Outdoors
 
Fishing is a sport often learned by trial and error. Growing up there weren’t any classes or sporting activities offered at school to help us become better anglers, although it would’ve been cool. It could have been an elective like; “Fishing 101” or “Fishing for Trout in Small Streams 115”, or maybe “Marlin Fishing 101”. No, many of us had to ...…
 
Perhaps it’s cold comfort but it turns out that we human beings are not the only species on earth hell-bent on destroying our own habitat. We share that ignominious honor with the venomous, carnivorous, and highly invasive lionfish. This week on Sea Change Radio, we talk about what these marine invaders are doing to the ocean’s coral reefs, and ...…
 
Perhaps it's cold comfort but it turns out that we human beings are not the only species on earth hell-bent on destroying our own habitat. We share that ignominious honor with the venomous, carnivorous, and highly invasive lionfish. This week on Sea Change Radio, we talk about what these marine invaders are doing to the ocean's coral reefs, and ...…
 
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Sound Retirement PlanningRadio / Podcast – Sound Retirement Planning
 
www.savepg.org Jason discusses the Kitsap Forest and Bay Campaign, specifically the effort to conserve the 3,000 acre Port Gamble Forest with Leonard Forsman, Tribal Chairman of the Suquamish Tribe and Michael Kowalski, avid hiker of the Port Gamble Forest. Leonard Forsman has served as Tribal Chairman of the Suquamish Tribe since 2005. His int ...…
 
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Unconventional Lifestyles
 
Lily is an artist who frequently embeds in research expeditions to remote environments. Her immersive large-scale paintings of bizarre environments and animals aim to transport viewers to these far flung worlds and expose them to new discoveries. Simonson spent three months scuba diving and camping in Antarctica as the 2014-15 National Science ...…
 
Your daily industry news update: www.elevatorworld.com/industry-news/april-3-2017/Purchase the Judith Dupre Tall Building Set:http://www.elevatorbooks.com/Products/DUPRESET/dupre-tall-building-set.aspxISRAELI MINISTRY APPROVES PLAN FOR SUPERTALLThe Israeli Finance Ministry has approved plans for the 400-m-tall, 100-story “Tower Between Cities,” ...…
 
This special 3-episode Lo & Behold season chronicles the story of the 1997 Fisheries Reform Act (FRA), a bill that dramatically changed the way North Carolina's coast was fished and regulated. Three years prior to the law, the state’s legislature forced a moratorium on the sale of commercial fishing licenses and creation of new fishery policy. ...…
 
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KRCB-FM: Sonoma Spotlight
 
“Habitat” Alchemia Gallery and Studios April 1st – 29th, 2017 The Alchemia Gallery and Studios 2017 season continues with “Habitat,” a collaboration between the Alchemia visual arts studio and guest installation artist Emile Rosewater. In “Habitat,” the main gallery is transformed into a lush alternative dimension, inhabited by other worldly pa ...…
 
Woodcut: "Point Reyes From Double Point" Tom Killion, 1990 As living communities on land and sea continue to unravel, Bren Smith of Green Wave is determined to pioneer and popularize a food system that carries marine restoration in its very architecture. Having spent his life on the seas from Newfoundland to Alaska, Bren has witnessed first han ...…
 
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The Speak Up For Blue Podcast
 
Nathan joins me on the podcast to discuss: 1) How our evolutionary instincts are affecting our environment; 2) How Brexit may lead to better management (or maybe not); 3) We are Sea Grant; 4) We are starting to see the ecological effects of the BP oil spill on marine habitats; 5) Some people are trying to safe crayfish using cement blocks. Enjo ...…
 
All I can think about is fishing after speaking with Betty Bauman, the Founder and CEO of Ladies Let’s Go Fishing/Executive Director of the LLGF Foundation, Founder and CEO of MetroMedia, and Program Manager for Save-Fish.com. Betty started her career as a PR Manager for Wellcraft, Donzi, and Aquasport before starting her own agency. Along the ...…
 
ANDY CROWE ● BILL YATES ● NICK WALKER ● HEIDI FOGELL NICK WALKER: Welcome to Manage This, the podcast by project managers for project managers. This is our conversation about what matters most to you, whether you are a seasoned professional or just trying to get started with your project management certifications. It’s our goal to help you impr ...…
 
Dr. Sylvia Earle — also known as "Her Deepness" by the New Yorker and the New York Times — is a marine biologist, ocean explorer, conservationist, and author. With over 7,000 hours exploring the depths of our oceans, Dr. Earle shares her unique firsthand perspective on the need to preserve underwater habitats and the importance of storytelling ...…
 
Most of the world's palm oil comes from Indonesia and Malaysia. It's been that way for decades. But environmentalists say this has come at a huge cost to the region's forests, where native trees are cut down in order to plant the palm trees that supply palm oil. So avoiding a repeat of what has happened in south-east Asia has become a priority ...…
 
It's not everyday a celebrated ocean conservationist becomes Mayor. After decades of diplomatically wrestling with corporate interests to protect coastal and marine ecosystems from mega-resorts and salt-processing plants (amongst other things), Serge Dedina forged a new path and decided to enact positive influence from the inside out. He became ...…
 
Do you ever search for in depth articles on the environment, especially the ocean, but can't find any article that fits your criteria? Well, Mongabay is the site for you. I came across Mongabay after the editor, Erik Hoffner, informed me of an article on Marine Protected Areas in which I might be interested in reading. Marine Protected Areas ar ...…
 
How NOAA scientists use marine biogeography—the study of marine species, the geographic distribution of their habitats, and the relationships between living organisms and the environment—to help locate the best sites to place potential future alternative energy sites in the ocean. Episode permanent link and show notes…
 
Educate + Empower + Restore. It is a great honor to be joined by Fabien Cousteau to discuss the Ocean Learning Center (OLC) and the experience of living 31 Days underwater. Our dynamic conversation will provide unique insights and review amazing adventures of the Cousteau family. Following his grandfather’s words, “People protect what they love ...…
 
The Environmental Revolution…we put in all this legislation because we recognised all those problems. Here we are 40, almost 50, years later, and we’re seeing the top predator in our coastal ocean recovering. I would argue that that is a sign that we’ve been doing some things right. Dr. Chris Lowe, Professor of Marine Biology and Director of Th ...…
 
Climate-driven disturbances are having profound impacts on coastal ecosystems, with many crucial habitat-forming species in sharp decline. However, among these degraded biomes, examples of resilience are emerging. For this episode of BioScience Talks, we're joined by Dr. Jennifer O'Leary, a California Sea Grant Marine Biologist based at Califor ...…
 
Oceana Canada's Director of Science, Dr. Robert Rangeley, is a marine biologist with extensive field experience on and in the waters. His research includes predatory behaviour and habitatuse, and he’s one of the brains behind Oceana Canada's new marine life encyclopedia. Listen and learn why understanding the amazing species that call Canada’s ...…
 
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