Best marine surveying podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Good girls, wicked women: modern women writers
 
In this video podcast Professor Marion Wynne-Davies (Department of English, University of Surrey) discusses novels by 4 contemporary women writers.
 
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No Nerdologia de hoje vamos descobrir porque o Japão está sofrendo com uma invasão de animais radioativos.Apresentação e Roteiro:Átila Iamarino - http://www.twitter.com/oatilaEdição e Arte:Estúdio 42 - http://www.estudio42.com.brApoio:Paloma Mieko - http://instagram.com/atilaepalomaFONTESDeryabina, T. G., S. V. Kuchmel, L. L. Nagorskaya, T. G. ...…
 
High street restaurants are accused of endangering future fish stocks in a survey by the Marine Conservation Society and Fish2Fork. Charlotte Smith speaks to Tim Glover from Fish 2 Fork about the survey.TB is present in some herds of red deer in England and this is a concern for the rapidly-growing deer farming sector in Scotland - Nancy Nicols ...…
 
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The Final Straw Radio
 
As a podcast special, we're sharing the first episode of the International Anarchist Radio Network's collaborative, monthly, English language radio show. We may feature future episodes as our bandwidth allows on The Final Straw Radio libsyn account. We hope you enjoy the content. If you have trouble with accents, give a second listen and it'll ...…
 
In 2015, Steven Horowitz was watching one of the summer’s big blockbuster action flicks, “San Andreas.” In the movie, the San Andreas fault shifts, triggering a magnitude 9.6 earthquake in San Francisco. Disaster ensues — and for the rest of the movie we watch as all of the West Coast’s greatest landmarks are destroyed one by one in an epic, co ...…
 
A survey that rates New Zealand's fisheries management system one of the five best in the world is disputed by some marine scientists, who say the survey was biased and can't be trusted.
 
Download Transcript In this episode of the LDS Perspectives Podcast, Laura Harris Hales visits with John Hilton III about teaching in church settings. John has spent a good deal of his adult life working in religious education. He began his teaching career in the seminary and institute program and was hired by the BYU Department of Ancient Scri ...…
 
Download Transcript In this episode of the LDS Perspectives Podcast, Laura Harris Hales visits with John Hilton III about teaching in church settings. John has spent a good deal of his adult life working in religious education. He began his teaching career in the seminary and institute program and was hired by the BYU Department of Ancient Scri ...…
 
A tent city sprang up in Alaska’s capital city this spring. Juneau is struggling with a ballooning homeless population and so far efforts to crack down have just moved the problem around. Campers gather near a small group of tents about noon Thursday near the 300 block of Egan Drive in Juneau. (Photo by Tripp J Crouse/KTOO) Listen now In an enc ...…
 
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The Side Hustle Show: Business Ideas for Part-Time Entrepreneurs
 
“People don’t buy intellectually, they buy emotionally,” Jim Brown told me. By taking a unique approach, understanding your demographic, and identifying the pain points you can solve, you can attract clients and increase sales. Jim is a former professional wrestler, a Marine Corps vet, a sales coach, and is the founder and host of the SalesTune ...…
 
Please take the Aviation News Talk podcast 2017 Listener survey! Click here for the survey. In this podcast, we talk about hot props, magnetos, and how moving a propeller can result in your death. I had never seen a video of a propeller starting accidentally, but while researching this episode I found one, and I’ve included a link to it here. Y ...…
 
In this edition of the Dairygold Farm Talk Programme aired on3rd. June, the highly contentious Fair Deal Nursing Home Scheme is reviewed by Mr. Billy Cotter, IFA North County Cork Chairman.On Wednesday 31st. May the Rural Independents Group brought forward a motion in the Dail, demanding urgent changes tothe Fair Deal Nursing Home Scheme.Many f ...…
 
Saving energy tops the list of more and more people who are improving their homes and for the people who do the work to improve them. The latest issue of Green Builder magazine surveyed contractors and other green pros about who’s best when it comes to lights, water heaters, deck materials and other stuff used in building and improving homes. J ...…
 
On Board the Hudson Madeline Cashion is a MSc student at UBC with the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries. There she studies the exploitation of sharks and it’s effect on marine ecosystems. Throughout her career she has worked with plankton in Nova Scotia, sharks in South Africa, and as is the subject of this story, deep sea coral reefs in t ...…
 
On Board the Hudson Madeline Cashion is a MSc student at UBC with the Institute for the Oceans and Fisheries. There she studies the exploitation of sharks and it’s effect on marine ecosystems. Throughout her career she has worked with plankton in Nova Scotia, sharks in South Africa, and as is the subject of this story, deep sea coral reefs in t ...…
 
A court ruling halts recreational drone registration in the U.S. while China implements a new drone registration requirement. Also, a fast fixed-wing VTOL UAV, heavy-lift delivery drones, remote pilot training in Australia, a long-endurance solar powered unmanned sailplane, and some new drone swarming applications. UAV News Court Strikes Down D ...…
 
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Total Party Thrill: RPG Advice From Our Table to Yours
 
Hosts I-Hsien and Shane discuss one of gamemasters’ dirty little secrets: sometimes they ignore die rolls. In the Dynasty Unwarranted campaign, the Rogue Traders run for their lives, and Clutch is ready to roll in the Character Creation Forge. (65m) Important Links: Unearthed Arcana—Revised Subclasses: WOTC’s second pass at a few previous Unear ...…
 
“Do you need a bag?” Since November, when California became the first state to ban single-use plastic bags, it’s a question you have to answer almost every time you go to the store. And you have to ask yourself: Am I willing to pay 10 cents for a bag? Bay Curious is a podcast that answers your questions about the Bay Area. Subscribe on iTunes, ...…
 
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Helping Friendly Podcast
 
This week we take a moment to say farewell to a man who has touched and influenced so many in our scene, Colonel Bruce Hampton, Ret. He has often been referred to as a "godfather of the jam scene," and he was respected and loved by so many. He was a leader of the jamband scene, as it grew from the clubs of the late 80s and spawned H.O.R.D.E. in ...…
 
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Everything We Know About the American Heartland
 
The French President — do we know anything about him? Follow-up Thirty-five of thirty-seven economists said Trump was wrong. The other two misread the question. The survey asked and comments by the economists. E.g., Austin Goolsbee: “No, but it would put us in the running for a national Darwin award.” Trump invented the phrase priming the pump. ...…
 
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 ...…
 
It's a discovery that could easily shake up the geopolitical order in the Middle East. Deep under the eastern Mediterranean lies the largest natural gas basin ever found on Europe's doorstep. But the gas fields often coincide with disputed borders between rival nations. Our reporter Marine Pradel investigated this lucrative resource, which ever ...…
 
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 ...…
 
When you think of a robot, you’re probably imagining some kind of human-shaped machine. And until now, the robotic spacecraft we’ve sent out into space to help us explore the Solar System look nothing like that. But that vision of robots is coming back, thanks to a few new robots in development by NASA and other groups. We usually record Astron ...…
 
When you think of a robot, you’re probably imagining some kind of human-shaped machine. And until now, the robotic spacecraft we’ve sent out into space to help us explore the Solar System look nothing like that. But that vision of robots is coming back, thanks to a few new robots in development by NASA and other groups. We usually record Astron ...…
 
When you think of a robot, you’re probably imagining some kind of human-shaped machine. And until now, the robotic spacecraft we’ve sent out into space to help us explore the Solar System look nothing like that. But that vision of robots is coming back, thanks to a few new robots in development by NASA and other groups. We usually record Astron ...…
 
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Astronomy Cast Full Raw Feed
 
When you think of a robot, you’re probably imagining some kind of human-shaped machine. And until now, the robotic spacecraft we’ve sent out into space to help us explore the Solar System look nothing like that. But that vision of robots is coming back, thanks to a few new robots in development by NASA and other groups. We usually record Astron ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss the recent round of polls showing voter opinion of President Trump’s first 100 days. How important are these polls, how relevant are they to the 2018 midterm elections, and what are some important indicators? We then briefly discuss France’s Presidential election, the polling, and what it suggests for the future of E ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following months of buildup, French voters went to the polls on Sunday during the nation's first round of presidential voting. The field of 11 candidates has now been narrowed down to two: Far-right firebrand Marine LePen, and political novice and centrist Emmanuel Macron, who will face off in a runoff race on May 7th ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following months of buildup, French voters went to the polls on Sunday during the nation's first round of presidential voting. The field of 11 candidates has now been narrowed down to two: Far-right firebrand Marine LePen, and political novice and centrist Emmanuel Macron, who will face off in a runoff race on May 7th ...…
 
Coming up on today's show: Following months of buildup, French voters went to the polls on Sunday during the nation's first round of presidential voting. The field of 11 candidates has now been narrowed down to two: Far-right firebrand Marine LePen, and political novice and centrist Emmanuel Macron, who will face off in a runoff race on May 7th ...…
 
WHY THE CONSTRUCTION INDUSTRY NEEDS WELLBEING This episode was birthed from a disappointment I experienced this past week. Its birthed out of a rejection of wellbeing on a construction project. And its birthed from my strong conviction that the construction industry NEEDS wellbeing more than any other industry. So rather than licking my wounds ...…
 
Our longtime boondocking buddy Campskunk has shared lots of information on the blog and podcast about traveling North America as a fulltime RVer. But he’s now expanding his territory and is about to embark on a six month RV tour of Europe. His RV is now on a ship somewhere in the mid Atlantic. In a week or so, Campskunk and his wife, Sharon, an ...…
 
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Ice Station Housman
 
This week on the show we discuss proposed budget cuts by the Trump Administration to the weather related government programs. Show Notes! Weather Service Employees ‘Shocked’ by Reported Budget Cuts Quote from above article: “It’s not a well-thought-through idea, in my opinion,” said Daniel Sobien, president of the National Weather Service Emplo ...…
 
Brand Keys president Robert Passikoff discusses his New York firm's 25th annual Sports Fan Loyalty Index survey, showing MLB has bounced NFL out of top spot. Plus, more on Mariners fan loyalty and a chat with Sounders goalkeeper Stefan Frei abput the business of winning championships
 
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Diz Runs Radio: Running, Life, & Everything In Between
 
As an ex-Royal Marine Commando, Neil Adams isn't afraid of many challenges.After leaving the service and starting his own business, running continues to be a part of his life in good times and bad.And after a friend suffered a severe brain injury, Neil set about organizing a 90-mile relay race to support his friend's recovery and family. Check ...…
 
In this episode, we discuss recent European election polling misses and how their polling challenges are different than the polling challenges we face in United States elections. Segment 1: Recent Misses for European Election Polls Following the first presidential debate in France’s upcoming Presidential election and with the first round of vot ...…
 
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 ...…
 
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Canadian History Ehx
 
Stretching for 101 feet, with a beam of 33 feet and capable of hauling 109 tons, the SS Beaver was a behemoth of a steamship and it would earn its place in history as the first steamship to ever operate in the Pacific Northwest. Serving the remote parts of the west coast of British Columbia, it helped boost up the maritime fur trading industry ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the high temperatures that marked the end of the Paleocene and start of the Eocene periods, about 50m years ago. Over c1000 years, global temperatures rose more than 5 C on average and stayed that way for c100,000 years more, with the surface of seas in the Arctic being as warm as those in the subtropics. There w ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the high temperatures that marked the end of the Paleocene and start of the Eocene periods, about 50m years ago. Over c1000 years, global temperatures rose more than 5 C on average and stayed that way for c100,000 years more, with the surface of seas in the Arctic being as warm as those in the subtropics. There w ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the high temperatures that marked the end of the Paleocene and start of the Eocene periods, about 50m years ago. Over c1000 years, global temperatures rose more than 5 C on average and stayed that way for c100,000 years more, with the surface of seas in the Arctic being as warm as those in the subtropics. There w ...…
 
Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the high temperatures that marked the end of the Paleocene and start of the Eocene periods, about 50m years ago. Over c1000 years, global temperatures rose more than 5 C on average and stayed that way for c100,000 years more, with the surface of seas in the Arctic being as warm as those in the subtropics. There w ...…
 
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