Best noaa ocean explorer podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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NOAA Ocean Explorer Podcast
 
NOAA Ocean Explorer is a website for all who wish to learn about, discover, and virtually explore the ocean realm. It provides public access to current information on ocean explorations and activities. Site visitors can follow explorations in near real-time, learn about exploration technologies, and observe remote marine flora and fauna in the colorful multimedia gallery. While we are not current adding content to iTunes, you can find us at http://oceanexplorer.noaa.gov or on YouTube at http ...
 
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NOAA Ocean Podcast
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From corals to coastal science, connect with NOAA experts in our podcast series that explores questions about the ocean environment.
 
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NOAA Ocean Podcast
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From corals to coastal science, connect with NOAA experts in our podcast series that explores questions about the ocean environment.
 
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Episode 40 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast. What would happen if we designed art exhibitions around social justice community organizing principles? How can collaboration between artists, curators, scholars, and participants generate a radical art making experience? In Episode 40 of the Imagine Otherwise podcast, host Cathy Hannabach interviews ...…
 
Our first episode where all three co-hosts are in the same studio for recording! On this week's episode we discuss how the GOES-16 weather satellite is progressing, the recent severe weather outbreak in the mid-west, a check-in on the rainfall and drought in California, the weird winter we've been having, and we cover our main topic of ocean cu ...…
 
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 ...…
 
I mörkret skymtar något förbi. En klaustrofobisk känsla ilar genom kroppen. Dina ögon kan inte se något här. Men det kan deras. Har du varit med om något läskigt och oförklarligt? Maila oss gärna på spoktimmenpodcast@gmail.com eller genom vår sida Spöktimmen på Facebook och berätta! Vi vill även veta vad du tycker om avsnitten och önskar gärna ...…
 
A chat with friend Dr. James P. Delgado, marine archaeologist. Jim who serves as the Director of Maritime Heritage in the NOAA office of National Marine Sanctuaries, has led or participated in shipwreck expeditions around the world. His undersea explorations include RMS Titanic, the discoveries of Carpathia, the ship that rescued Titanic's surv ...…
 
Exploration Vessel (EV) Nautilus, led by ocean explorer Dr. Robert Ballard, is equipped with some of the latest technological systems, helping to advance the frontiers of ocean exploration. This beautiful vessel supports science class remotely operated vehicles (ROVs), high-resolution seafloor mapping, and real-time satellite communication syst ...…
 
Please enjoy this interview from the 2015 International Computer Music Conference (ICMC) in Denton, Texas. The conference brought together scientists and artists from all around the world gathered to share their latest projects in the field of computer music. In this interview, Jef Tonks speaks with Dr. Mark Ballora. Ballora holds joint appoint ...…
 
An ocean of fun! The Banana Slug String Band is committed to educational entertainment for children and families through interactive music and performance. Their Only One Ocean CD is 14 rockin’ songs designed to inspire young people and their families to learn about and care for the ocean. Only One Ocean was produced with support from the Natio ...…
 
Den myllrande klanen Piccard har utforskat atmosfärens gränser och de djupaste haven. Men vad är det som driver upptäckarna och äventyrarna, och vad bidrar de med, om något? I Marianergravens djup lever en ännu namnlös manet. Den har långa eleganta fluorescerande bränntrådar. Genom vattenmassornas mörker svävar den, upplyst inifrån av en rad lj ...…
 
Odds are increasing that 2016 will be the hottest year on the books, as April continued a remarkable streak of record-warm months.Last month was rated as the warmest April on record by both NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which released their data this week. In the temperature annals kept by NOAA, it marked the 12t ...…
 
Start with what you know…. That’s what the experts say. When the average person discusses offshore oil and gas, they know the highlights of the project scope–find oil, drill a hole, extract crude (note: this is a gross simplification). But some of the biggest engineering challenges are in the auxiliary work that supports the bigger project scop ...…
 
Continuing with our “Definitive Guide to Terraforming“, Universe Today is happy to present to our guide to terraforming Venus. It might be possible to do this someday, when our technology advances far enough. But the challenges are numerous and quite specific. The planet Venus is often referred to as Earth’s “Sister Planet”, and rightly so. In ...…
 
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Universe Today Audio
 
Continuing with our “Definitive Guide to Terraforming“, Universe Today is happy to present to our guide to terraforming Venus. It might be possible to do this someday, when our technology advances far enough. But the challenges are numerous and quite specific. The planet Venus is often referred to as Earth’s “Sister Planet”, and rightly so. In ...…
 
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Universe Today Audio
 
Continuing with our “Definitive Guide to Terraforming“, Universe Today is happy to present to our guide to terraforming Venus. It might be possible to do this someday, when our technology advances far enough. But the challenges are numerous and quite specific. The planet Venus is often referred to as Earth’s “Sister Planet”, and rightly so. In ...…
 
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Universe Today Audio
 
Continuing with our “Definitive Guide to Terraforming“, Universe Today is happy to present to our guide to terraforming Venus. It might be possible to do this someday, when our technology advances far enough. But the challenges are numerous and quite specific. The planet Venus is often referred to as Earth’s “Sister Planet”, and rightly so. In ...…
 
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Universe Today Audio
 
Continuing with our “Definitive Guide to Terraforming“, Universe Today is happy to present to our guide to terraforming Venus. It might be possible to do this someday, when our technology advances far enough. But the challenges are numerous and quite specific. The planet Venus is often referred to as Earth’s “Sister Planet”, and rightly so. In ...…
 
Continuing with our “Definitive Guide to Terraforming“, Universe Today is happy to present to our guide to terraforming Venus. It might be possible to do this someday, when our technology advances far enough. But the challenges are numerous and quite specific. The planet Venus is often referred to as Earth’s “Sister Planet”, and rightly so. In ...…
 
Why do mountains form, earthquakes happen, and volcanoes form where they do? The answer is plate tectonics. This week we explore the history of being wrong about how the Earth works. Shannon’s Keyboard Plate Tectonics Tectonics is from the Greek tekton or “builder” Ben Franklin’s Letter Alfred Wegener The Origin of Continents and Oceans (Book b ...…
 
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A few years back, we were living in a home that I later learned had mold, and I was exposed to mold and started to develop some symptoms after my long journey back to health. I started to feel some symptoms again that I hadn’t felt in quite some time and knew that it was something different than what I had been dealing with before. And so over ...…
 
A few years back, we were living in a home that I later learned had mold, and I was exposed to mold and started to develop some symptoms after my long journey back to health. I started to feel some symptoms again that I hadn’t felt in quite some time and knew that it was something different than what I had been dealing with before. And so over ...…
 
Intro The National Ocean Service, part of NOAA here in America reports that: “According to the U.S. Geological Survey, there are over 332,519,000 cubic miles of water on the planet. A cubic mile is the volume of a cube measuring one mile on each side. Of this vast volume of water, NOAA’s National Geophysical Data Center estimates that 321,003,2 ...…
 
In this third session of the Spring 2015 Aquatic Academy, speakers included Dr. Jamie Austin, senior research scientist, University of Texas, and NOAA Ocean Explorer, and Dr. Amanda Demopoulos, oceanographer, research ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey.
 
In this third session of the Spring 2015 Aquatic Academy, speakers included Dr. Jamie Austin, senior research scientist, University of Texas, and NOAA Ocean Explorer, and Dr. Amanda Demopoulos, oceanographer, research ecologist, U.S. Geological Survey.
 
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NOAA: Diving Deeper
 
In this episode, we explore ocean acidification and coral bleaching with two NOAA experts. Learn about the stresses our reefs face—and what's being done about it. Episode permanent link and show notesBy National Ocean Service.
 
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NOAA Ocean Podcast
 
In this episode, we explore ocean acidification and coral bleaching with two NOAA experts. Learn about the stresses our reefs face—and what's being done about it. Episode permanent link and show notes
 
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NOAA Ocean Podcast
 
In this episode, we explore ocean acidification and coral bleaching with two NOAA experts. Learn about the stresses our reefs face—and what's being done about it. Episode permanent link and show notes
 
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NOAA: Diving Deeper
 
In this episode, we explore ocean acidification and coral bleaching with two NOAA experts. Learn about the stresses our reefs face—and what's being done about it. Episode permanent link and show notes
 
As sea ice continues to shrink in the Arctic, we’re likely to see more shipping, more oil exploration, more tourism, and more fishing. And all of this activity means that in the future, we’ll probably going have to deal with an oil spill in this remote region. So how do we prepare for that? The Coast Guard cutter Healy, a 420-foot-long icebreak ...…
 
As sea ice continues to shrink in the Arctic, we’re likely to see more shipping, more oil exploration, more tourism, and more fishing. And all of this activity means that in the future, we’ll probably going have to deal with an oil spill in this remote region. So how do we prepare for that? The Coast Guard cutter Healy, a 420-foot-long icebreak ...…
 
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NOAA Ocean Podcast
 
As sea ice continues to shrink in the Arctic, we’re likely to see more shipping, more oil exploration, more tourism, and more fishing. And all of this activity means that in the future, we’ll probably going have to deal with an oil spill in this remote region. So how do we prepare for that? The Coast Guard cutter Healy, a 420-foot-long icebreak ...…
 
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NOAA Ocean Podcast
 
As sea ice continues to shrink in the Arctic, we’re likely to see more shipping, more oil exploration, more tourism, and more fishing. And all of this activity means that in the future, we’ll probably going have to deal with an oil spill in this remote region. So how do we prepare for that? The Coast Guard cutter Healy, a 420-foot-long icebreak ...…
 
Marine Sanctuaries (starts at 5:18) This is the third feature interview In the Ocean Is Us series, which explores how we in land-locked Colorado are connected to the oceans, why they matter so much to us all, and what’s at stake. Today we discuss marine sanctuaries: the conservation science behind establishing them, and their ecological and eco ...…
 
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The Future And You
 
Topic: Space Exploration--Where should we explore next? And where have we explored so far? Subtopics: mining the asteroids (the billionaire Peter Diamondis has announced the he will do it); nuclear propulsion systems (including one that uses a series of small nuclear warheads exploding against a giant pusher plate); looking for life in the ocea ...…
 
David McKinnie of NOAA provided summary information from the Ocean Exploration 2020 Forum that took place at the Aquarium of the Pacific in July 2013.
 
Esri chief scientist Dawn Wright moderated an esteemed panel featuring Dr. Sylvia Earle, National Geographic explorer-in-residence; Dr. David Gallo, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; David McKinnie, NOAA ocean exploration and research senior adviser; and Dr. Jerry Schubel, CEO of Aquarium of the Pacific. The panel discussed the following qu ...…
 
David McKinnie of NOAA provided summary information from the Ocean Exploration 2020 Forum that took place at the Aquarium of the Pacific in July 2013.
 
Esri chief scientist Dawn Wright moderated an esteemed panel featuring Dr. Sylvia Earle, National Geographic explorer-in-residence; Dr. David Gallo, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; David McKinnie, NOAA ocean exploration and research senior adviser; and Dr. Jerry Schubel, CEO of Aquarium of the Pacific. The panel discussed the following qu ...…
 
David McKinnie of NOAA provided summary information from the Ocean Exploration 2020 Forum that took place at the Aquarium of the Pacific in July 2013.
 
Esri chief scientist Dawn Wright moderated an esteemed panel featuring Dr. Sylvia Earle, National Geographic explorer-in-residence; Dr. David Gallo, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution; David McKinnie, NOAA ocean exploration and research senior adviser; and Dr. Jerry Schubel, CEO of Aquarium of the Pacific. The panel discussed the following qu ...…
 
This week we talk to scientist and explorer Sylvia Earle, a woman who has spent almost a year of her life under water. She explains why the oceans are "not too big to fail." But she also says that just maybe, we're growing wise enough to save them.Earle is the National Geographic Society Explorer in Residence, and former chief scientist at NOAA ...…
 
Throughout the course of the second leg of the Okeanos Explorer Northeast U.S. Canyons 2013 Expedition, scientists on the ship and on shore, along with the remotely operated vehicle (ROV) team and ship's crew, were joined by thousands of online viewers as we all explored canyons and intercanyons and Mytilus Seamount along the northeastern coast ...…
 
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Discovery
 
Located in the western pacific, the Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the ocean, plunging down 11km. Down there it's pitch black, icy cold and the pressure is immense. Now explorers with funding from the private sector are planning to return to the bottom of the Trench, for the first time for over 50 years. Rebecca Morelle meets Jim Gardner ...…
 
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Discovery
 
Located in the western pacific, the Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the ocean, plunging down 11km. Down there it's pitch black, icy cold and the pressure is immense. Now explorers with funding from the private sector are planning to return to the bottom of the Trench, for the first time for over 50 years. Rebecca Morelle meets Jim Gardner ...…
 
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